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AMD AN *< Index to the Christian Examiner." 

'* Les relations des auteurs anonymes et psendonymea sont non-sevlement 
piquantes pour les gens du monde^ mais encore importantes pour Vhistorien litU- 
raire et le hiographe; ce sont la des mysteres des littiratures que les irudites ont 
tovtjours cherchi di dScouvrir" — Qu^raro. 



13 AsTOR Place, 



Copyright by 


J. S. CusHnro & Co., Printebs, 115 HiOH Stbbbt, Boston. 

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THIS work is designed as a Dictionary of American and Eng- 
lish Initials and Pseudonyms employed from the beginning of 
the 18th century to the present time; to which have been added 
some of the more recent and important Continental ones, and a 
few false-names, which, by a strict definition of words, would be 
called soubriquets. 

A similar work by Mr. Albert R. Frey, of the Astor Library, 
New York City, was placed by the publishers at the writer's 
disposal, from which about two thousand titles were taken, and 
added to his own compilation, making an aggregate of twelve 
thousand initials and pseudonyms, and eight thousand real names 
of authors. 

Attention is called to the very complete article, by Mr. Frey, 
on '^ Junius," to be found in the first part. 

For the convenience of those using this dictionary, it may 
be well to state that the first part gives the initials and pseu- 
donyms, followed by the real names, of the authors, together with 
some representative literary performance; and the method used in 
indexing, with some exceptions, is to treat the literary disguises 
as real names, and arrange them as is customary with the latter. 
I.e., the last member of the initial or pseudonym is put first, and 
determines the alphabetical order. The second part contains the 
real names of authors, followed by the initials and pseudonyms, 
and short biographical notices. 

The writer has endeavored to make this work both compre- 
hensive and correct, and, in order to do this, has availed him- 
self of the Harvard University Library, and every other source 


of information to which the kindness of those interested in the 
undertaking has given him access, and believes he has been 
enabled to produce a volume that will be useful to librarians 
and of interest to the general reader. 

Notification of errors or omissions, or any information that would 
add to the value of the work, will be gladly received by the 

Oct. 1, 1885. 

18 Wendell Street, 
Caxbbioge, Mam. 


Part I. 


In order to avoid confusion in regard to the method of indexing the 
Initial Letters, the reader will notice that when Initials are used that 
represent the real names of authors, the last Initial is placed first in 
the Index. See page 2, where A., A. H. is used for Andrew Milliard 

When Initials are used that do not represent real names, they are 
placed in their regular order. See page 2, where A. C. I. G. is used 
for A Cornishman in Gloucestershire. 

1818. " 

****, Rev. John Lewis. A dissertation 
-on the antiquity and use of seals in 
England . . . L. 1740. 

**•*, The Late Ix>rd. Henry Hyde, 
Lord Hyde and Combury. The mistakes ; 
... a comedy. L. 1768. 

***», PrlBcUla. PrisciUa Wdkefidd, 
Leisure hours; or, entertaining dia- 
logues ... By . . . L. 1794. 

**•* ••••••. John Murray, Letter 

to ... on the Rev. W. L. Bowles's 
strictures on the life and writing^ of 
Pope. By the Right Hon. Lord Byron. 
L. 1821. 

♦****, •*•*. Mrs. Anne Penny. Po- 
•oms, with a dramatic entertainment. L. 

slty of Oxford. Charles Lucas. Free 
thoughts on a general reform . . . Bath, 

? . Charles Wolcott Balestier. A 

potent philter, contributed to " The Trib- 
une " (N.Y.), 1884. 

2^^. Joseph Addison, in his contribu- 
tions to " The Guardian." 

.s-^. J. Walker. Miscellaneous ob» 
serrations upon authors ancient and 
modem. L. 1731-32. 

O. — See ** Theta." 

A I Miss Eliza Drown Chase. 

jM F J -7^— ^v^r the border : Acadia, 

feh I — — the home of Evangeline. 

^ B. 1884. 

The above miiaical notes represent " B.B.C.,'* 
the initials of the author's name. 

A (alpha). Mr* Bowden. Lyra apos- 
tolica. Derby and L. 1836. 

The above work oonsltU of a ooIlecUon of 
poems reprinted from " The British Magaxlne," 
m which they had prevloaaly appeared over the 
following aignatnrea :— 

a (alpha). 3^r. Bowden (a« abore). 

p. A Hwrrtll Froude 

V. John Kebie, 

o. John Uenr^ Newman, 

c. liCMc Williams. 

J. Rev, Henry William WUberforee, 

A. Samuel Adams, in the "Boston 

A. William Henry Davenport Adams. 
The desert world ... L. 1869. 

A. Wilkes Allen, in "The Polyan- 
thos " (Boston), 1806-07. 

A. Mrs. Allenby. The starling of the 
spire ; or, a bird's-eye Tiew of the church 
as it was. [In verse.] ... L. 1866. 

A. Mr, Anthony, Irwell, and other 
poems ... L. 1843. 

A. Matthew Arnold, The strayed 
reveller. L. 1849. Empedocles on Etna. 
L. 1862. 

A. Benjamin Brierley. Goin' to Cy- 
prus. By A. Manchester, 1879. 

A. Rev, John Keble, one of the con- 
tributors to " TracU for the Times." L. 

A. Bishop Zachary Pearce, Miscella- 
neous observations upon authors ancient 
and modem. L. 1731-32. 

A. Alexander Pope. — See " Bavius." 

A. John Smith. His signature to 
papers in the "Microcosm," published 
at Eton College. 1786 et aeq. 

A. Joshua Smith. Scandal [in verse] ; 
by the biographer of Anacreon. Holt, 
Norfolk, 1827. 

A. Mrs. Caroline Anne Bowles Southey, 
Chapters on churchyards, in "Black- 
wood's Magazine," commenced April, 

Theae contributionB to "Blackwood" were 
publlahed separately in 1829, and 2d ed. In 1841. 

A. Ann Taylor. The wedding among 
the flowers. [In verse.] ... L. 1808. 

A., A. Adam Anderson. Jim Blake's 
tour from Clonave to London. Illus- 
trated with sketches by E. N., A. R. A. 
[Erskine NicoL] . . Preface and notes 
by A. A. DubUn, 1867. 

A., A. Mrs. Anna Atkins. The 
colonel: a story of fashionable life, 
1853. A page from the peerage, 1863. 
The perils of fashion, 1852. 

A., A. A Hon. Alvey A. Adee. Ba- 
con's Promus. By . . In the " Repub- 
lic," Washington, Feb., March, May, 

A., A. H. Andrew Hilliard Atteridge, 
Islam. L. 1878. 

A., A. S. A, 8, Atcheson, The bread 
of life . . . 1849. 

A., B. Benjamin Antrobus. Bads and 
blossoms of piety ... 2d ed. L. 1691. 

A. B. Benjamin Franklin, Proposed 
new Tersion of the Bible; one of the 
bagatelles (written about 1778). 

A. B. Matthew Hole. An antidote 
against the poison of some late pam- 
phlets. Oxf. 1717. 

A. B. A signature which has been 
attributed to Junius (q.v.). See Letter 
to the " Public Advertiser," Nor. 5, 1771, 

A. B. Joseph Skidmore, Senior, An 
essay on the Vth of Matthew, from verse 
33rd to 37th ... L. 1713. 

A. B. Jonathan Swift, See "A Per- 
son of Quality." 

A., G. B. Sir George BiddeU Airy, in 
his contributions to the "Athenseum." L. 

A. B. Phllologer. Laurence Sterne. 

" I happened to he aciniainted,*' laya Sterne, 
*' with a young man from Yorkshire, who rented 
a window in one of the paved alleya near Corn- 
hill, for the sale of statlonerv. I hired one of 
the panes of glass from my friend, and stuck up 
the following adv«rtlBement with wafers: -— 

"EpigraiDB, anagrams, paragrams, chrono- 
grams, monograms, epltapns, epithalamlums» 
prologues, epilogues, madrigals, interludes, ad- 
vertisements, letters, petitions, memorials on 
every occasion, essays on all subjects, pamphlets 
for and against ministers, with sermons upon 
any text, or for any sect, to be written here on 
reasonable terms, by „ ^ ^ phUologer. 

** The unoommonness of the titles occasioned 
numerous applications, and at night I used pri- 
vately to glide into the office to digest the notes 
or heads of the day, and receive the earnest^ 
which was directed alwavs to be left with the 
memorandums, the writing to be paid for on 
delivery, according to the subject."— Percy 

A., C. Miss Charlotte Adams, in con- 
tributions to " The Art Age." N.y. 

A., C. Charlotte Anley. Miriam ; or^ 
the power of truth, 1826. The prisoners 
of Australia, 1841. 

A., C, Ksq. Christopher Anstey. Brit- 
ain's genius : a song . . . Bath, 1797. 

A., C. B. C. C. B. C. Amicus. Hinta 
on life; and how to rise in society. 
By . . . L. 1846. 

A., C. B. Clementine Edith Aiken, 
The days we live in. B. 1876. 

A., C. P. Cecil Frances Alexander, 
Hymns for little children ... L. 1862. 

A. G. I. G. (A Comishman in Glouces- 
tershire.) John White. The humorous 
adventures of Tim Trevail, related in the 
pure, unadulterated vernacular. L. 1872. 

A. D. C, The. Francis Cowley Bur- 
nand. Being personal reminiscences of 


the vniTenlty "Amateur Dramatic Club/' 
Cambridge. L. 1870. 

A., D. J. B. de. Don Juan Bauiista 
de Arriaza, Coleccion de alganos Ter- 
goB. Paris, 1805. 

A., £. Edward Aggas, The defence 
of death ... L. 1576. 

A., £. Edwin Arnold, The light of 
Asia ; or, the great renmidatioii. . . . 
L. 1879. 

A. E. R, J. Lane, Marks and re- 
marks for the catalogue of the exhibi- 
tion of the Royal Academy. L. 1856. 

A., K. Edwin Arnold, Political po- 
ems by Victor Hugo and Garibaldi. 
" Done into English by an Oxford gradu- 
ate." 1868. 

A, K. Edward Atkinson, Senator 
Sherman's fallacies ; or, honesty the best 
policy. By . . . B. 1868. 

A, £. Edward Archer The small 
boy's mythological primer, in rhyme. 
L. 1858. 

A., £. Ezra Abbot. A translation of 
the Gospels ... By A. Norton* [Ed- 
ited by C. E. N., ijt.^ C. E. Norton, and 

A, B. A. Mn, Elizabeth AUen Anna- 
ble Needham, Incidents in the lives of 
good men. By ... B. 186-. 

A, E. C. Mrs, Elizabeth Cory Agas- 
siz. Geological sketches. Edited . . . 

A, E. C Miss Emily C, Agnew, Ger- 
aldine : a tale of conscience. L. 1837-30. 

A, E. G. E, G, Adams, Battle at 
Fort Rice, July 28, 1865. Fort Rice, 
D. T., 1865. 

A., E. M. Ernst Moritz Amdt, Wan- 
denmgen aus und um Godesberg. 
Bonn, 1844. Deutsche Lieder. Berlin, 

A, E. S. Ernest Silvanus Appleyard, 
The sure hope of reconciliation. IMl. 

A, E W. Mrs. Eliza Winshw AUder- 
dice. Heart's delight. N.Y., 1879. 

A., P. Frederick Archer, in his con- 
tributions to "The Keynote" (N.Y.]. 

A, P. Rev, Frederick Arnold, in 
«* London Society," " Leisure Hour," 1867. 

A. P. James Otis, Considerations 
on behalf of the colonists, etc. B. 1766. 

A, P. C Frances Charlotte Armstrong, 
Dick Ford and his father. L. 1875. 

A, P. E. Florence Emily Ashley, 
Lagonells. [A tale.] ... L. 1872. 

A. P. G. John Lister. Epigrams and 
jeux d'esprit. Edinb. 1870. 

A P. S. Miss Sarah A, Flint, Hope 
Douglass ... B. 1867. 

A., G. Orace Aguilar, Home scenes 
and heart studies. L. 1852. 

A., G. A. O, A, Aynge, Tecumseh ; 
or, the death of the Shawnee chief . . . 
Weymouth, 1830. 

A, G. B. George Biddell Airy, Six 
lectures on astronomy. L. 1849. 

A., G. P. George French Angas. Aus- 
tralia : a popular account ... L. 1865. 

A G. O. T. U O. C. Owen Manning, 

An inquiry into the grounds and nature 

of the several species of ratiocination 

. . . 1754. 

The aboTe lettera are the initials of " A gen- 
tleman of the UniTersity of Cambridge.'* 

A, H. Henry AttwelL A book of 
thoughts. Selected ... L. 1865. 

A , H. Henry Alford, Dean of Canter- 
bury. Gumey's {o. H.) sermons on the 
Acts of the apostles. Edited by H. A. 
L. 1862. 

A., H W. Henry Wentworth Acland. 
Prints for cottage walls . . . Oxf . & L. 

A., I. Jasper Atkinson, Catholic 
blinds for Protestant eyes ... L. 1829. 

A., I. John Atkinson. The state of 
our circtdation and currency considered 
. . L. 1826. 

A., J. John Aikin. The arts of life . . . 
L. 1802. 

A., J. John Ady. An exordium to the 
reading of the sacred writings of the Old 
and New TestamenU. L. 1807 

A., J. Jacob Abbot, The little scholar 
learning to talk ... L. 1836. 

A., J. John Albee, In memory of 
Gerald Fitz Gerald . . . n.p. 1863. 

A , J. John Ago, The ocean harp : a 
poem ... P. 1819. 

A., J. John Anstey, The pleader's 
guide . . 1808. 

A., J. John Aikin, LL.D, The wood- 
land companion. L. 1802. 

A., J., M.D. John ArbtUhnot, M.D 
Examination of Dr. Woodward's account 
of the deluge ... By . . . L. 1695. 

A, J., and C, R. C. John Adamson 
and R, C, C. Ballads from the Portu- 
guese translated and versified by . . . 
Newcastle, 1846. • 

A., J li. John Lavicount Anderdon. 
The river Dove ; with some quiet thoughts 
of the happy practice of angling . . . 
L. 1845. 

A, J. M. Rev. John Marks Ashley. 
The treatise of S. Catherine of Genoa on 
purgatory, newly translated . . . 1878. 

A., J. R., and J., M. C John Reed 
Appleton and Morris Charles Jones, Evans. 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1865. 

A., J. S. J. 8, Attwood, in his contri- 
butions to " Notes and Queries." L. 
1876 et seq. 

A., J. T. John Yonge Akerman, Tales 
of other days ... L. 1830. 

A., Ij. Lombe AtthiU. The church of 
England recommended . . Halesworth, 

A., li. Louisa Anthony, Traits of 
private life. Manchester, n.d. 

A., li. li. Mrs, G. B. or L. L. Adams, 
A ride through the Holy Land. B. 1876. 

A It. O. £. ({.«., A Lady of Eng- 
land.) Miss Charlotte Maria Tucker, in 
her numerous works for young people. 
L. 1876, etc. 

A., li. S. Louis Simon Auger. Notice 
snr la vie et les ouvrages ae Le Sage. 
Paris, 1813. 

A,M. Mrs. Maria Ahdg, Her signa- 
ture in the "New Monthly." L about 

A., M. Matthew Arnold. Christian 
life: its hopes, its fears, and its close. 
Edited by . . . L. 1846. 

A, M. Mrs. M. Allen. A history of 
Ford Abbey, Dorsetshire : late in the 
County of Deron. L. 1846. 

A., M. Thaddeus G'Mahony. Questions 
on Locke's essay concerning human un- 
derstanding. L. 1800. 

A. M., Oxon. W. S Moses. Carpen- 
terian Criticism. L. 1877. 

A. M. R. A. Marie Henri Beyle. His- 
toire de la peinture en Italic Paris, 

A.,M.E. M.E. Arnold. The painted 
window : a poem. L. 1866. 

A., N. Nathaniel Ames. Nautical rem- 
iniscences. Proridence, 1832. 

A., N. Col. Nathan Appleton. Sketch 
of the life of Albert Kintzing Post. By 
N. A. N.y. 1873. 

A, P., Minister of the Crospel. Rev 
Peter Annet. Judging for ourselyes . . . 
L. 1739. 

A., P. G. Prosper Gfabriel Audran. 
Grammaire Arabe en tableaux . . . 
Paris, 1818. 

A., R. Richard Alsop Ci) The enchant- 
ed lake of the Fairy Morgana. [Trans- 
lated;] 1806. 

A., R. Robert Allsop. Letters, conver- 
sations, and recollections of S. T. Cole- 
ridge . . . Preface by . . . L. 1858. 

A., R Rev. Rdtert Aspland. Sermons 
on yarious subjects, chiefly practical. 
L. 1847. 

A. R A James Cameron Lees, D.D. 
A rollicking tour in Ireland. By Rag, 
Tag, and Bobtail; a rollicking tour in 
the land of the Gael. Paisley, 1878. 

A., R. F. Rachel Frances Antonina 
Dctshufood Lee. Memoirs of . . . L. 

A, S. Samuel Ayscough. Topograph- 
ical description of Cudham, Kent, in 
"Gent. Mag." Sept. 1804., pp. 830-001. 

A., S. A. Samuel Austin Allibone. An 
alphabetical index to the New Testament. 

. . . X . loOo. 

A., S. D. <S'. D. Alexander. Notes on 
New Testament literature. [By Joseph 
Addison Alexander.] Edited . . . 1867. 

A., S. M. Stephen Merrill Allen. Reli- 
gion and science ... B. 1874. 

A., T., Captain lAgbt Dragoons. 
Capt. Thomas Ashe. History of the 
Azores, or Western Islands . . . L. 1813. 

A., T., Grent. Thomas Ashe. Trarels in 
America, performed in 1806 ... L. 1808. 

A, T. B. Thomas Bailey Aldrich. 
The bells : a collection of chimes. N.Y. 

A., T. K. Thomas Kerchever Arnold. 
A Latin Syntax and first reading book : 
... L. 1836. 

A. V. Arthur Ashley Sykes. A letter 
to the Rev. Dr. Sherlock ... L. 1717. 

A, W. William Allen. The duty of 
abstaining from the use of West India 
produce. A speech ... L. 1702. 

A, W. W. Alexander. Fruits of 
piety . . . York, 1824. 

A, W. William Asplin. — See "A 
presbyter of the Church of England." 

A, W. B. W. B. Anthony. Essential 
memoranda of English grammar. Com- 
piled . . . 1881. 

A, W. E. William Edmonsioune 
Aytoun. His signature in "Blackwood's 

A , W. E. A. William Edward Armi- 
iage Axon. Nixon's Cheshire prophecies 
. . With an . . . essay on popular 
prophecies ... L. 1878. 

A., W. H. D. William Henry Daven- 
port Adams. Black's guide to the history,, 
antiquities, and topography of the County 
of Surrey ... L. 1861. 

A. Z. Benjamin Gale. The present 
state of the colony of Connecticut con- 
sidered . . . New L. 1766. 

A*****, Major. Charles Barwell Coles. 
Short whist, its rise and progress, to 
which are prefixed precepts for tyros. 
By Mrs. B*****, with an essay ... by 
Prof. P. {q.v.). L. 1866. 

By Mrs. B***** it meant Mrs. Battle, whose 
opinions on whist were contributed to "The 
Monthly Magazine." L. 1821. By "Elia" 

A****d, Mr. William Arnold, Mr. 
A— d's motives for renouncing the pop- 
ish, and re-embracing the protestant reli> 
gion in which he was educated, etc. L. 


A—^e, I>«* of. John Campbell, 4th 
Duke o/Argyle, Letter to the right hon- 
orable Sir •*««* ««wft«M» [Robert Wal- 
pole] upon . . . expeditions. L. 1740. 

A*»»,P. C. Philippe Charles Aubry, 
lA Petrarqne Fran^aiB, Po^si^s diverse 
de . . . Tours, 1801. 

A . Arthur Cleveland Coxe. St. 

Jonathan; the lay of a Scald . . . N.Y. 1838. 

A. and li. A, and L, Shore. Fra 
Dolcino, and other poems. L. 1870. 

A — , the Rev. M. Rev, George Fitz- 
gerald Galaher, M.A. Auricular confes- 
sion proved to be contrary to Scripture. 
L. 1876. 

A — n, E: — 1 of. WiUoughby Bertie^ 
Earl of Abingdon. An adieu to the turf: 
a poetical epistle from ... to his grace 
the A— p [Archbishop] of Y— k [York]. 
L. 1778. 

Ab. Benjamin Brierley, Ab-o'-th'-Yate 
at the great show. [Signed "Ab."] 
Reprinted from "Ben Bnerley's Journal 
for August, 1869. Manchester, 1869. 

Ab liliisel. Benjamin Brierley, Ab- 
o'-th'-Yate and the " Wreath." By . . . 
Manchester, 1879. 

AB-o'-th'-Yate. Benjamin Brierley. 
Ab-o'-th'-Yate and the cobbler of Alder- 
bum on the great strike. By Ab. Man- 
chester, 1878. 

Abacrombl, Signor. James Aber- 
cromby, Baron Dunfermline. Thaumatur- 
gics. Coal Hole, Pleasance . . . Signer 
A. (from Exchequer Land) formerly 
Assistant-Juggler to Mr. Cunning ... [A 
satire on J. A.'s candidature for the repre- 
sentation of Edinburgh.] Edinb. 1832. 

Abaft, Lic^os. Ijajos Aigner. Mikes 
Kelemen. [A biog^phy.j Budapest, 1878. 

Abatl, Franceaco. William Winwood 
Reade. See-Saw : a novel ... L. 1865. 

Abble, Aunt. Abby Skinner. Carroll 
Ashton ; or, the rewards of truthfulness . . . 
P. 1856. 

Abbott, Alice Irving. Miss H. H. 

Abbott, Rosa. Rosa (Y.) Abbott 
Parker. Rosa Abbott Stories. 

Abdallah. Otway Curry, who con- 
tributed to the press at Cincinnati under 
this tiom de fUume. 

Abdallah . A ngusto Pereira Soromefiho. 

Abdallah, Khi&lld Eb'n. Sir Henry 
Taylor, A'.C, D.C.L. — See KhaUd Eb'n 

Abdiel. Samuel Hall. --^ See Samuel 
Hall, calling himself "Abdiel." 

Abdiel. Joshua William Brooks. Ab- 
diel's essays on the advent and kingdom 
of Christ, and the events connected there- 
irith ... L. 1834. 

Aberdeen. Hugh D, Mclntyre, 

Abolitionist, An. Thomas Fisher, 
Esq., F.S.A. The negro's memorial . . . 
By . . . L. 1826. 

Abrabanel, Solomon. William Ar- 
nail. The complaint of the children of 
Israel ... By S. A. of the House of 
David. L. 1736. 

Abraham. Abraham Norwood. The 
acts of the elders, commonly called the 
book of Abraham. B. 1845. 

Abraham, Brother. Bev. Richard 
King. An answer to the letters of Peter 
Plymley [Sydney Smith]. L. 1808. 

Abraham, Father. Benjamin Frank- 
lin. Father Abraham's speech to a gpreat 
number of people, at a vendue . . . B. 1807. 

Abricht, Johann. Jonathan Birch. 
Divine emblems embellished with etch- 
ings on copper . . . designed and written 
by J. A. L. 1838. 

Absent Brother, An. Daniel Wilson. 
Letters from . . . 1823. 

Absentee residing in Bath, An. 
Rev. Edward Mangin. Utopia found; 
being an apology for Irish absentees. 
By . . . Bath, 1813. 

Absented member. An. Sir Wil- 
liam Windham. A letter . . . upon the 
present situation of the affairs of Great 
Britain. L. 1739. 

Academicus. — See " Antiquarius." 

Academicus. Ret^ Avlay Macaulay, 
M.A. During his residence at the Univer- 
sity of Glasgow he wrote many essays, 
moral and literary, in "Ruddiman's 
Weekly Magazine," under the signature 
of "Academicus." 

Academicus. Charles Seager, M.A. 
Auricular confession . . . Oxf . 1842. 

Academicus. William Pulteney Alison. 
Correspondence between A. and Con- 
siliarius on the comparative merits of 
phrenology, and the mental philosophy 
of Reid and Stewart. Edinb. 1836. 

Ace Clubs. J. C. Loft in. Friendship : 
a poem . . . Montgomery, Ala., 1871. 

Acharius. Fredrik Vtlhelm Scholander. 
Luisella. 1867. 

Acheta. Miss L. M. Budgen. March 
winds and April showers ... By . . . 
L. 1854. 

Acheta Domestica. Miss L. M. Bud- \ 
gen. Episodes of insect life. By A. D. 
!L. 1849-51. 

Ackerlos, John. John Stores Smith. 
Selections from the poetry of H. Heine, 
trans, by J. A. L. 1854. 

Ackermann, Gottlieb. Franz Xaver 
Mayer. Volkspredigten und Homllien . . . 
Landshut, 1831. 

Acorn. James Oakes. 



Actfea. Mrs. Elizabeth Cary Agassis, 
A first lesson in natural history. B. 1850. 

Acton, lilewellin. Wmne Edwin 
Baxter. Perseverance . . . L. 1863. 

Actor, An. Pierce Egan. The life 
of . . . L. 1826. 

Actress, An. Mrs. Anna Cora ( Ogden 
Mowaii) Ritchie. Autobiography of ... ; 
or, eight years on the stage. B. 1854. 

Actual Settler, An. H. Y. Bead, 
Suggestions on . . . colonization through 
the . . . allotment system. By . . . Mon- 
treal, 1865. 

Adair, James. Sir Richard Phillips. 
Five hundred questions and exercises on 
Murray's . . . English grammar. L. 1824. 

" Adam." Arthur Hugh dough. 

In hU Botbie of Tober-na-Vuollch. Hobbet 
was Ward Hunt; Adam, CIOQffh bimaelf ; Llnd- 
•ay, F. B. Johnaon of ChrUt Cbarcb ; Hewaon, 
J. 8. Winder of Oriel ; Arthur, H. W. Fisher of 
Christ Church; Alrlle, J. Deacon of Oriel; and 
Bir Hector . . ., Mr. Farquharson. 

Adam, Onkel. Carl Anton Wetter' 
bergh. The fatal chain. From the Swed- 
ish of . . . 1864. 

Adam, Uncle. Qeorge Mogridge. 
The Chinese. By . . . L. 1846. 

Adam, Adam Fltz. Edivard Moore, 
R. 0, Cambridge, Horace Walpole, Lord 
Cfiesterjield,etc. The world. L. 1755-57. 

Adam, Christian. Carl Christian 
Thorvcddus Andersen. Strid og Fred. Et 
Digt i sex sange. Copenhagen, 1858. 

Adams, Moses. Dr. George W. Bagby. 
For Virginians only. What I did with 
my fifty millions. By . . . P. 1874. 

Adams, Stephen. M. Maybrick. A 
prominent English singer and writer of 
music. Among other song^ he was the 
author of " Nancy Lee," of which more 
than 100,000 copies were sold. 

Adams, Will. John Neat. Errata; or, 
the works of Will Adams : a novel. 1822. 

Addle. Adelaide J. Cooley. Snow- 
flake's pleasure-book ; sunshine for dull 
days. N.Y. 1879. 

Ad***gl*n, Dr. Dr. A. Addington. 
An appeal to the public ; or, a review of 
the conduct of Dr. Ad — ^ng — n to Dr. 
Pigott. 1754. 

Addison, D. C. Charles Addison 
Daniel! . The street-singer: a poem. 
Chicago, 1880. 

Addison, The American. Joseph 
Dennie. 1768-1812. 

Addison of the North, The. Henry 
Mackenzie. 1754-1831. 

Addums, Mozis. Dr. George W. Bagby. 
Letters to Billy Irvins in the " Southern 
Literary Messenger." 

Adelaide. Miss Elizabeth Bogart, who, 
under this nom de plume, published her 

first poem in the "Long island Star" 
(Brooklyn), in 1825. 

Adeler, Max. diaries Heber dark. 
Out of the hurly-burly; or, life in an 
odd comer. By . . . P. 1874. 

Adeline. Mrs. E. F. A. Sergeant. 
Emald ; or, the martyr of the Alps : and 
other poems . . . With an introduction 
by A. L. 1843. 

Adept, An. Charles Johnston. Chrysal; 
or, the adventures of a guinea ... By 
. . . L. 1760. 

Adh^mar, Mme. la €••• D*. Baron 
jStienne L€on Lamothe-Langon, Souvenirs 
sur Marie-Antoinette . . . et sur la cour 
de Versailles . . . Paris, 1836. 

Adlna. Rev. Joseph H. Ingraham, The 
prince of the house of David ; or, three 
years in the Holy City ... L. 1859. 

Adirondack. Lucius E. Chittenden. 
Capture of Ticonderoga. Rutland, Yt. 

A^Jutor. Rev. Joseph Bretland, in the 
" Theological Repository." L. 

AdmlraL Admiral Bumey. — See 
Lamb's "Elia": " The Wedding." 

Admirer of Chivalry, An. Edward 
Francis Head. Poltroonius; a tragic 
farce in one act. B. 1856. 

Admirer of the Fine Arts, An. F, 
D. AstUy. Vamishando: a serio-comic 
poem. Sfanchester, 1800. 

Admirer of a Great Genius, An. 
Stephen Weston. A short account of the 
late Mr. R. Person ... L. 1808. 

Admirer of Monarchy and Bplsco- 
pacy. An. Zachary Grey, LL.D. Eng- 
lish Presbyterian eloquence . . . By . . . 
L. 1736. 

Admirer of Walter Scott, An. John 
Roby. The lay of the poor fiddler . . . 
L. 1814. 

Adnionlsh Crime. Bev, James Cook 
Richmond. He published a pamphlet at 
Boston under the anagram of "Admon- 
ish Crime." 

Adna, Aant. Mrs. Mary S. B. Dana, 
Author of numerous tales for children, 

Adolf, Li. Adolf Lasson. Herzenstille. 
Lieder und Spruche. 1867. 

Adrian. James L. Cole. He published 
some fugitive poetry in the " New York 
Statesman " and in the " Ontario Reposi- 
tory," under that signature. 

Adrian. Anne Kent. Evelyn Stuart ; 
or. Right versus Might. By A. L. 1846. 

Adrienne. Mrs, J. P. Creswell. 

Adrienne. Miss Susan C. Hooper. 
During the war one of the most prominent 
contributors to the "Magnolia Weekly," 
Richmond, Va. 



Advena. Evan Evans, His bardic 

Advena. Diahy Pilot Starkey, who 
contributed to the "Dublin University 
Mag^aziue/' under this signature. 

Advenum. Edwara Tuckerman, — 
See " Notitia Literaria." 

Advocate General, The. Sir James 
Marriott, LL.D, Flan of a code of laws 
for the Province of Quebec; reported 
... L. 1774. 

Advocate of the Cause of the Peo- 
ple, An. John Hope. Letters on the 
impressing of seamen, in the "Public 

Advocate of the Christian Bevela^ 
tion, An. Caleb Fleming. Remarks on 
. . . [the] "TVue Gospel of Jesus Christ 
asserted"... By... L. 1738. 

.Aldltuus. John Smith. Metrical re- 
marks on modem castles and cottages 
... li. lolo. 

Aednr-nos, Seer I'Noh. John An- 
derson. The Chronicles of Reform of the 
Children of the Isles, in the days of Ar- 
thur [i,e., A. Wellesley, Duke of Welling- 
ton], the chief ruler of the land, and his 
colleagues. Translated from the Chal- 
daic manuscript by the learned pundit 
S. I. A. — "S. [A political satire in Bibli- 
cal language.] Edinb. 1882. 

^niella Julia. Emily Julia Black. 
Byron: Salathiel, or the martyrs; and 
other poems. By M. J. L. 1855. 

.^Xlneas. James Francis Edward Stu- 
art, ^neas and his two sons : a true 
portrait. L. 1746. 

.^Ischines. Francis William Blagdon. 
A few brief remarks on a pamphlet . . . 
entitled Observations ... By -^. L. 1806. 

JEsculapius. Lawrence H. Potts (fV 
Af.D. Oracular communications, ad- 
dressed to students of the medical pro- 
fession. By . . . L. 1816. 

JEiBop. Mrs. LiUie Devereux BlaJce. In 
the New York " Telegram." Author of 
"Fettered for life "... N.Y. 1874. 

.Alsopy George Washin^^n. George 
T. Lanigan, in the New York " World." 

Afflicted Husband, An. Cuthbert 
Shaw. Monody to the memory of a 
young lady who died in childbed. By 
... L. 1768. 

AfHcan Roscius, The. Ira Aldridge. 

Aftenvlt, Anthony. Benjamin Frank- 
lin, in a letter contributed to the " Penn- 
sylvania Gazette." P. July 10, 1732. 

Afton, Bide. Mrs, Frances Ellen 
Watkins Harper. Eventide : a series of 
tales and poems. B. 1854. 

Ag., A Alexander Agassiz. Obituary. 
[A biographical notice of Count L. F. de 

Pourtal^s.] From the "Amer. Jour, of 
Science." Camb., Mass. 1880. 

Agapida, Fray Antonio. Washington 
Irving. A chronicle of the conquest of 
Granada. By . . . P. 1829. 

Agate. Whitelaw lieid. After the 
war: a southern tour. 1865-66. Cin. 

Agatha. £eMt«Z<iuTenc«(?). Thanks- 
giving, and other poems. N.Y. 1880. 

Agathon, Paul. Elisabeth SchSjen. 
Kamilla; Bagnvald; and Jane Gray. 
Copenhagen, 187-. 

Aged Ijayman, An. Dr. Richard 
Poole. The grand contrast, God and 
man ... L. 1854. 

Aged Minister, An. Moses Dickin- 
son, An answer to a letter from an aged 
layman, to the clergy of the Colony of 
Connecticut . . . New Haven, probably 

Aged Native, An. Thomas Sander- 
son. An evening lay to the Vale of 
Sebergham. By ... in the " Carlisle 

Aged Parson, An. Rev. Richard 
Warner. The diary of . . . Bath, 1848. 

Agent for Barbados, The. G. W. 
Jordan, Copies of a letter containing 
queries respecting the state of the silver 
and copper coins in Barbados ... L. 

Agent of the Corporation, The. 
Caleb Eddy. Historical sketch of the 
Middlesex canal ... B. 1843. 

Ager. R. M. Field, in his account of 
the journey of the Prince of Wales 
through New England, contributed to 
"The Boston Post," etc. 

Agg, John. Frank Cahill, in his con- 
tributions to "The Saturday Press." 

Aghonne, Mme. d'. Mme, Louise 
Lacroix, Une amie de pension. P. 1870. 

Aglaus. Henry Timrod, who contrib- 
uted poetry to the "Southern Literary 
Messenger," etc., and published a vol- 
ume of poems. B. 1850. 

Ago, Felix. Samuel Stehman Holder 
man. Rhymes of the poets. P. 1868. 

Agogos. Charles William Day, Max- 
ims, experiences, and observations of 
Agogos. B. 1844. 

Agrestis. Oen. Joseph Alston (?). 
Short review of the late proceedings at 
New Orleans, on suspending the writ of 
habeas corpus. Richmond, 1807. 

Agricola. James Anderson. In 1700 
he commenced the publication of "The 
Bee" (1700-04), consisting of essays 
philosophical and miscellaneous. Dr. A. 
wrote those marked *' Senex,'* " Timothy 




Hairbrain/' " Alcibiades/' and many 
others without signature. 

Afi^cola. William Elliott. Author 
of Address before the St. Paul's Agri- 
cultural Society, Charleston, 1850; Fi- 
asco, a tragedy, N.Y. 1850; and, Caro- 
lina sports by land and water, Charleston, 

A^^cola. Rev. Percival Stockdale. 
" In the summer of 1779, he wrote sev- 
eral political letters, with the signature of 
* Agricola,' in the * Public Advertiser.' " 

A^rlcola. W, F. Whitehouse, Let- 
ters and essays on sugar farming in Ja- 
maica. L. 1845. 

A^lcola. John Young, Letters of 
Agricola on the principles of vegetation 
and tillage . . . Halifax, N.S. 1822. 

Afprlcola. Rev, Charles Whitaker, 
Letters on free trade. 1851. 

A|p4cola. James Anderson. LL.D. 
Miscellaneous observations on planting 
and training timber-trees . . . Edinb. 

A^^rllder. Joseph Edwards. Rhymes 
in the West Country dialect ... L. 

Aguaverde, Antonio. Alfred TVum- 
hle. Contribution to "Tlie Boys and 
Girls' Weekly " (N.Y.). 

A^^echeek. Charles BvUard Fair- 
banks, who contributed sketches of for- 
eign travel, and essays, to the Boston 
** Saturday Evening Gazette," under the 
signature of " Aguecheek." B. 1859. 

Ahem, Anna. Mrs. Frances West 
Atherton Pike. Here and hereafter; or, 
the two altars. By . . . B. 1858. 

Alilezer. William Broum. A tender 
and affectionate address to, and expostu- 
lation with, the people of Israel, the 
Jews. Huntingdon, 1814. 

Alkln, Berkeley. Fanny Aikin 
Kortright. The dean; or, the popular 
preacher, L. 1859; The old, old story, 
love, L. 1862. 

Alio, Thorny. John Taylor, the Water- 
poet. A full and compleat answer 
against the writer of the Tale of a tub 
in a tub, or a Tub lecture. By T. A. . . . 
L. 1642. 

AlmweU, Walter. William Simonds. 
The Aimwell stories. B. 1863. 

Aln [the Hebrew word for nobody]. 
William Stevens. A review of the Review 
of the new preface to the second edition 
of Mr. Jones's " Life of Bishop Home." 
L. 1800. 

Ainslle, Herbert, B.A. Edirard 
Maitland. The pilgrim and the shrine ; 
or, passages from the life and correspond- 
ence of . . . L. 1868. 


Airy, Mr. Robert Habersham, in the 

Harv. Univ. Collegian." Camb. 1830. 

AJaz. Mr. Ainley. Social wastes and 
waste lands ... L. 1862. 

Akestes. William Smith. A few re- 
marks on the expectant treatment of dis- 
eases . . . Bristol, 1847. 

Akroates. Josiah F. Polk, A defence 
of the Protestant Bible . . . N.Y. 1844. 

Alastor. James Orton, *' Excelsior," 
or the realms of poesle, 1852; Poems, 
1857 ; Caleb Redivivus, 1858. L. 

Alaux, Qnatave d'. Maxime Baybaud. 
L'empereur Soulouque et son empire. 
Paris. 1856. 

Alazon. Rev. Richard William Barnes. 
Let well alone ; or, removal of blemishes 
from church and state. L. 1860. 

Alba. Alexina B. White. Little-folk 
songs. N.Y. 1871, and in her contribu- 
tions to " The Riverside Magazine." 

Alban68, A. d'. Jean Alexandre Hav- 
ard. Notice sur La Eontaine . . . Paris, 

Albania Havard, d'. Jean Alexandre 
Havard. Voltaire et Mme. du Cb&telet 
. . . avec notes historiques par . . . Paris, 

Albanlcus. The Right Hon. David 
Stewart Erskine, 11th Earl of Buchan and 
6th Lord Cardross. 

*' Lord Bacban was an occaaioDal contribator 
to variouA periodical pnblicatioiu. Hia favorite 
aignature waa *AlbanlcQ8,* under which, in a 
letter to hia friend * Hortus,* he deacribea hia 
own delightful reaidence of Dryborgh Abbey 
in the fourth volume of ' The Bee.* " 

There ia also, hi the "Gent. Mag." in 1784, a 
deacription of the grave of Oaaian, with an epi- 
taph in blank vorae (vol. 64, p. 404), over tne 
aame aignature. 

Albano. Count Karl August Adler- 
sparre, who published novels and lyrics 
under this name. 

Alb6. George Gordon NoHl, 6th Lord 
Byron. The footprints of A. [i'.«. Lord 
Byron] : a poem. Written by E. Bren- 
nan. Milan, 1874. 

Alben, Re^vk. Benjamin Walker, 
Rewk Alben the friar; his opinions on 
the ministry to the poor . . . Manchester, 
Eng. 1872. 

Albert. Rev. John Armstrong. Son- 
nets from Shakespeare. By . . . L. 1791. 

Albert. Al>bate Giovanni Battista For- 
tis. Travels in Dalmatia. 1774. 

Albln, S6bastlen. Mme. Hortense 
Lacroix Comu. Ballades et chants popu- 
laires (anciens et modemes) de TAlle- 
magne. Traduction nouvelle par S. A. 
Paris, 1841. 

Albion. Four pleasant epistles writ- 
ten for the entertainment and gratifica- 




tion of four impleasant characters ; yiz., 
a very exalted subject in his majesty's 
dominions [George, prince of Wales], 
the most unpatriotic man alive [C J. 
Fox], the most artful man alive [R. B. 
Sheridan], and Second Childhood [£. 
Burke]. L. 1789. 

Alcaeus. Samuel Boyse, in the " Grent. 
Mag." 1741-43. 

Alcseus. James Montgomery, in the 
" Poetical Register," 1801. Byron notices 
him in *' English bards and Scotch re- 
viewers " : — 

** With broken lyre and cheek serenely pale, 
Lo 2 lad AlcaoB wanders down the vale." 

Alciblades. James Anderson. — See 

AlclbiadeB. Alfred Tennyson, in 
"Punch." Feb. and March, 1840. 

Alcof^ibas, le maglclen. Jean Bap- 
Htte Alfred Assolant, The fantastic his- 
tory of the celebrated Du Pierrot . . . 
L. 1876. 

Alderanl, liorenzo. Niccolb Ugo Fos- 
colo. Ultime lettere di Jacopo Ortis. 
Edited by L. A. L. 1814. 

Alderman, The. John Barber. The 
city jilt ; or, the A. tum'd beau, etc. L. 

Aldlborontiphoscophomio. James 
BaUaniyne. A nickname given him by 
Sir Walter Scott, in allusion to his pom- 
pous and dignified manner. 

Aleph. Humphry Fitzroy Woolrych. 
Aleph V. Colenso. Maidstone, 1866. 

Aleph. William Harvey. The old 
city, and its highways and byways . . . 
L. 1865. 

Alethea. Thomas H. Baird, in the 
Pittsburgh " Commercial Journal." 1861. 

Alethes, Clerophllus. John Constable 
(?). A specimen of amendments candidly 
proposed to the compiler [Charles Dodd, 
pseud., !.«., Hugh Tootell] of a work 
which he calls " The church history of 
England from the year 1600 to the year 
1688." L. 1741. 

AlethlnoB. Bev. Hardinge Furemo 
Ivers. The audiblencss of thought dem- 
onstrated, and its use explained. 1866. 

Alethltheras. L. Osbom. Travels by 
sea and land. N.Y. 1868. 

Alethphllofi. Mrs. Mary Anne Wool- 
frey. Letters of . . . Newport, Isle of 
Wight, 1839. 

Aletor, Beq. Robert E, Strahom. 

Alex. Eliza A. White, As she would 
liave it. P. 1878. 

Alexander, Mrs. Mrs. Annie F. Hec- 
tor. Her dearest foe, 1876; The wooing 
o%187S. L. 

Alexander the Coppersmith. W. 

Boles. Milk for babes, meat for strong 
men, and wine for petitioners . . . trans- 
lated from the Arabic by . . . Cork, 

Alexander the Coppersmith, Ii]j.D. 
Thomas Erskine, Baron Erskine, The 
speech of . . . spoken at the meeting of 
the friends to the abuse of the freedom 
of the press. Jan. 19, 1793. [A satire 
upon T. Erskine, Baron Erskine.] L. 

Alexander the Corrector. Alexan- 
der Cruden. The adventures of . . . L. 
1764. [He entitles himself corrector, 
from the nature of his office, which was 
to correct the press.] 

Alexander, Sir Drai^^canslr. Tobias 
George Smollett. A faithful narrative of 
the base and inhuman arts that were 
lately practised upon the brain of Hab- 
bakkuk Hilding [i.e., Henry Fielding], 
justice, dealer, and chapman, who now 
lies at his house in Covent Garden, in a 
deplorable state of lunacy, a dreadful 
monument of false friendship and delu- 
sion. By D. A., fencing-master and 
philomath. L. 1762. — See "Brit. Mus. 

Alexander, J. H., B.A. Alexander 
H. Japp. Lights on the way. Some 
talcs within a tale, by the late J. H. A., 
B. A., with an explanatory note by H. A. 
Page [also a pseud, of the author]. L. 

Alexander, John, a Joyner. John 
Taylor, the Water-poet. Love one an- 
other : a tub lecture preached at Watford 
in Hartfordshire, at a conventicle on the 
26th of December last [16421. L. 1642. 

Alexandre. Alexandre Davy Dumas. 
La cour du roi P^taud. Paris, 1829. 

Alexis or the Worthy Unfortunate. 
Rev. Humphrey Sydenham. Being a true 
narrative of the affecting case of a young- 
gentleman whose ruin was caused by the 
late rebellion. L. 1747. 

Alexis, WUllbald. Georg Wilhelm 
Heinrich Haering. Cabanis, 1832 ; Haus 
Dusterweg, 1836 ; die zwolf Nachte, 1838; 
Novellen, 1880-31 ; Neue Novellen, 1836. 

Alfired. Samuel Adams, in the " Bos- 
ton Gazette" (Oct. 2, 1760). 

Alfred. Dr. Girardin. One of the 
writers, under this signature, of the essays 
in Wirt's "Old Bachelor" (1812). 

Alfred. Sir James Bland Burges Lamb, 
Bart, D.C.L., in "The Sun Newspaper." 
A series of letters under this signature, 
"in which he took a comprehensive view 
of the several states, political objects, 
and relative interests of all European 




governments. These letters he collected 
and published in 1702." 

AlAred. OrenvilU A. Sackett, who 
under this signature wrote some of the 
best and most widely circulated poetry of 
the day in "The New York Mirror," 
"New York Times," and "Long Island 

Alfred. Rev, Samuel Kydd. China: 
its symbols, philosophy, antiquities. L. 

Alfired. Philip Withers. Nemesis; or, 
a letter to Alfred [relating to the mar^ 
riage of the Prince of Wales to Mrs. 
Fitzherbert] from ... L. 1789. 

AUtr«d. Rev. David Alfred Doudney, 
Sympathy ; or, words for the weak and 
weary. L. 1862. 

Al Fresco. Dr. Charles J. Kenworthy ( ? ) . 

Alfrled, Johan. Jean Jacques De 
Laet. — See " Bogaerts, Felix." 

Alffufto, Setlor. Nathan Ames. Childe 
Harvard : a romance of Cambridge . . . 
B. 1848. 

All Baba. Aberigh Mackay, contribu- 
tor to " Vanity Fair," of many sketches 
of India life and society. 

All Bey. Samuel Lorenzo Knapp. 
Extracts from a journal of travels in 
North America, consisting of an account 
of Boston and its vicinity. By ... B. 

All Bey, El Abassl. Domingo Badia^ 
y-Leblich. Voyages ... en Afrique et 
en Asie, pendant les anndes 1803, 1804, 
1806, 180«, et 1807. Edited by B. [i.«., 
J. B. Boniface de Roquefort]. Paris, 

Alice, Cousin. Mrs. Alice {Bradley 
Need) Haven. The Coopers ; or, getting 
xmder way : a tale of real life. N. Y. 

Alice, Cousin. Miss Eliza Tabor. 
St. Olave's : a novel. N.Y. 1870. 

Allda. Mrs. Catharine Stratton Ladd. 
One of the noms de plume under which she 
has contributed tales, sketches, essays, 
and poems to various journals. 

Allen, An. il/ojr Friedrich Mueller. 
German love : from the papers of . . . 

Allent Baptist Dissenter, An. Seth 
Brooks. A plowman's complaint against 
a clergyman : being a letter to the Bap- 
tist Association at Philadelphia. By . . . 
P. 1767. 

Allgny. Claude F^lix Theodore Caru- 
elle. A French historical painter. 

Allqua. Mrs. Eliza 0. Peirson, in the 
periodical press. 

Aliquls. Rev. Richard Marks^ who 
" communicated his religious history, in 
an anonymous form, to 'The Christian 

Guardian,' in several papers, bearing 
the signature of 'Aliquis,' which were 
afterwards published (still anonymously) 
in a volume entitled The retrospect ; or, 
review of providential mercies." L. 

Aliquls. James Henry James. Gov- 
ernment as it is : a plea for parliamentary 
reform. By A. [In verse.] L. 1858. 

Aliquls. Rev. James Barr. A letter 
to the Hev. George Harris, containing an 
examination of the arguments adduced in 
his lectures to prove the non*existence 
of the devil. Liverpool, 1820. 

Allst. Francis Barham. Alist, an 
autobiography; or, an author's life in 
the nineteenth centurv. L. 1844. 

Allster, R. Alexander Robertson. 
Extermination of the Scottish peasantiy 
... By . . . Edinb. 1863. 

All-Prtde, Iiord. John Sheffield, 
Duke of Buckinghamshire. A very heroi- 
cai epistle from my Lord All-Pride to 
Dolcommon ... L. 1679. 

Allan-Kardec. L^on Hippclyte Deni' 
sart Rivail. Le livre des esprits . . • 
Paris, 1857. 

Allde, Ekl'ward. John Taylor, the 
Water-poet. The pennyles pilgrimage, 
or the moneylesse perambulation of 
John Taylor, alias The King's Majestie's 
Water-poet. From London to Eden- 
borough on foot. By E. A. L. 1618. 

Alldred, Frederic. Henry F. Red^ 

Allen, Grahame. George Arnold. 

Allen, John. Oscar Clute. The 
blessed bees. By. . . N.Y. 1878. 

Allen, 3IrB. Joslah. Marietta HoUey. 
My opinions and Betsey Bobbet's ... By 
J. A.'s wife. Hartford, 1875. 

Allen, PauL John Neal and Tobias 
Watk'ins, M.D. History of the Ameri- 
can revolution. By P. A. P. 1821. 

Paul Allen (1775-1826) was a Jonrnallst of 
Philadelphia ana Baltimore. He had long prom- 
isod this history, and obtained a lar^re subscrip- 
tion for it; but Mr. Neal wrote the flrst volume, 
and Dr. Watklns the remainder. 

Allendale, Alfired, Esq. Theodore 
Edward Hook. The man of sorrow. By 
... L. 1800. 

Allerdyce. Robert Barclay. Agricul- 
tural tour in the United States. L. 1842. 

Allld. George T. Lanigan. National 
ballads of Canada . . . Montreal, 1805. 

Allin, Abby. Mrs. A. A. Carter (wife 
of Daniel S.). Home ballads: a book 
for New Englanders ... B. 1851. 

Allison, Joy. Mary A. Cragin. Kate 
Jameson and her friends. B. 1872. 

Allspice, Zekel. John Cooper Vail. 




Allyn, Ellen. Miss Christina Georgina 
Bo66etti. Her signature to poems pub- 
liahed in "The Gem," London, of which 
only four numbers were published; writ- 
ten almost exclusively by the Rossettis, 
Holman Hunt, and Ford Madox Brown. 

Allyne, Enylla. Mrs. Spencer, 

Almaviva. IlarrvSt, Maur, in his 
contributions to "The News-Letter'* 
(Chicago, 111.). 

Alma Viva. Clement Scott, "The 
' Smiff Papers ' did much to extend the 
circulation of 'The Figaro,' as did also 
the dramatic criticism signed 'Alma 
Viya.' Mr. Doughty was the author of 
the first-mentioned feature ; Mr. Clement 
Scott, of the second." — See "Jotxmal- 
istic London," p. 94. 

Almaviva. Clement Scott, Drawing- 
room plays and parlor pantomimes. 
Collected ... L. 1870. 

Almore, Caspar. Frederick William- 
son Beasley, D.D, Papers from Orerlook 
house. P. 1866. 

Alof, V. Nicholas V. Gogol. Home 
life in Kussia. By a Russian noble. L. 

Alonzo. John Wingfield, in Byron's 
" Childish Recollections." Newark, 1807. 

Alpha. John Abraham, in the "La- 
dies' Journal," of Llskeard, Cornwall. 

Alpha. George Walker, 31. D. Death's 
waiting-room; or, the Girondist's last 
supper. A dramatic sketch. By A. 
L. 1851. 

Alpha. Mrs, L. L. Phelps, Grace 
Tilden; or, seven years' service for 
Christ. B. 1869. 

Alpha. Stephen M. Allen, Religion 
and science; the letters of "Alpha" on 
the influence of spirit on imponderable 
actienic molecular substances, etc. By 
... B. 1874. 

AlphoUso, S. G. Alonzo G. Shears 
of New Haven (Ct.), in his contributions 
to various periodicals. 

Alpin. William Wilson, in his poems 
contributed to periodicals. 

Alq, Mme. Uoulse d'. Olga Ebhardt. 
La science du monde . . . Paris, 1876. 

Alston, Edith. Miss Mary Green 
Goodale of New Orleans, whose poems 
have appeared in the journals of that 
city under this pen-name. 

Altamont. Rev. Charles Jenner. 
Letters from ... in the capital, to his 
friends in the country. L. 1767. 

Alter. Bev. Joseph B. Owen. Chess 
studies. L. 18-. 

Alter £go. Robert E, Strahom. To 
the Rockies and beyond ; or, a summer 

on the Union Pacific Railroad and 
branches. Omaha, 1879. 

Altisonant, Lorenza 8, K, Hoshour. 
Letters to 'Squire Pedant by • . . Cin. 

Alton. A. L, Taveau. The magic 
word. B. 1855. 

Alumni of the University of Edin- 
burgh. John Lee, D.D., George Wilson, 
M,D., S, Brown, and others. Edinburgh 
academic annual for 1840, consisting of 
contributions in literature and science. 
By . . . Edinb. 1840. 

Alumnus, An. Rev. Daniel Oliver. 
Address at Dartmouth College, May 19, 

Alumnus, An. Jchn Gorham Palfrey, 
A letter to the corporation ... of Har- 
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Alumnus Cantabrigiensis. 7%oma8 
Ignatius Maria Forster. Harmonia Mn- 
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The pre&ce U signed *' T. F.** 

Alumnus Edinensls. Alexander Ps> 
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able the Lord Provost of Edinburgh . . . 
Edinb. 1836. 

Alumnus of that College, An. John 
Lowell, LL.D. Further remarks on the 
memorial of the officers of Harvard Col- 
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Alun Glan. Bardic name of the Rev. 
Thomas Jones, 

Alvarez, Espriella Manuel. Robert 
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Amateur, An. C Badham, Brief 
recollections, chiefly of Italy. By . . . 
Glasgow, 1835. 

Amateur, An. Thomas Wilson, Cat- 
alogue raisonn^ of the select collection 
of engravings of . . . L. 1828. 

Amateur, An. Captain G. Boid. A 
concise history and analysis of all the 
principal styles of architecture . . . By 
... L. lo^o. 

Amateur, An. N. B. Engleheart, A 
concise treatise on eccentric turning. By 
... L. 1852. 

Amateur, An. William Cox, Crayon 
sketches by . . . N.Y. 1833. 

Amateur, An. Charles Clark. A 
doctor's "Do'Mngs; or, the entrapped 
heiress of Witham : a satirical poem. 
Totham, 1848.— See "Queerfellow, Quin- 

Amateur, An. Col. George W. Hooper. 
Down the river; or, practical lessons 
under the code duello. N.Y. 1874. 

Amateur, An. Archibald N Car' 
michael. Genealogy of her majesty Queen 
Victoria . . . Edin. 1845. 




Amateur, An. G,R. Walker, Hone*, 
their rational treatment ... By . . . L. 

Amateur, An. Charles Win.'^tan, An 
inquiry into the difference of style observ- 
able in ancient painted glass ... By . . . 
Oxf. 1847. 

Amateur, An. James Hail. The Jot- 
ting book : a political and literary experi- 
ment. By . . . L. 1839. 

Amateur, An. James Ktrke Pauld- 
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guide to the Sprines. By . . . N.Y. 1828. 

Amateur, An. Bernard BarUm, Poems. 
By . . . L. 1818. 

Amateur, An. Charles Kirkpatrick 
Sharpe. Portraits by . . . Edinb. 1832. 

Amateur, An. Pierce Egan, the Elder. 
Real life in London; or, the rambles 
and adventures of Bob Tallyho, Esq., 
and his cousin the Hon. Tom Dashall 
through the metropolis ... By ... L. 1821. 

Amateur, An. Hon. E. 8. Abbot, 
afterwards Baroness Colchester, Views 
in London. [In verse.] By . . . Chis- 
wick, 1833. 

Amateur Casual, An. James Greets 
wood, in " The Pall Mall Gazette," who 
" gave it a good start by a graphic sketch 
of workhouse life, signed ' An Amateur 
Casual.' " 

Amateur Farmer, An. William Holt 
Beever. Notes on fields and cattle, from 
the diary of . . . L. 1862. 

Amateur Lambeth Casual. James 
Greenwood. The wilds of London . . . 
L. 1866; The true history of Little Rag- 
amufian, 1866. 

Amateur of Faahlon, An. James K. 
Paulding. Jokeby: a burlesque on 
Rokeby, a poem, in six cantos. L. 1813. 
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John Roby, Thomas Tegg, and to the 
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Amateur Traveller, An. James 
Watson Webb. Altowan; or, incidents 
of life and adventure in the Rocky 
Mountains. By . . . Edited by J. W. 
Webb. N.Y. 1846. 

Ambassador, The. Samuel Turner, 
in Beloe's "Sexagenarian," Vol. II., 
73. 2ded. L. 1818. 

Ambrose. Rev. J. Ambrose Wight, of 
Bay City, Mich., in his contributions to 
"The Evangelist." 

Ambrose, Father. Matthew Henry 
Barker, who wrote a good deal under this 
designation and that of "The Wanderer," 
as well as that of " Old Sailor." 

Ambrose, Paul. John Pendleton 
Kennedt/. Mr. Ambrose's letters on the 
rebellion. N.Y. 1865. 

Amelia. Mrs. Amelia I Coppuek)Welbif. 
Poems. By A. N.Y. 1842. 

A men der. Benjawsin F. Bumkam, 
A voice from the pews ; or, a tabernacle 
supplement. B. 1877. 

iUnerlcan, An. Freeman Hunt, 
American anecdotes: original and se- 
lect ... B. 1830. 

American, An. Edward Hahich, The 
American Churches the bulwarks of 
American slavery By . . . Newbnry- 
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American, An. William Cohbett. An- 
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Ameneati, An. James F. Price. 
Castle Crosier : a romance. By . . . 
Annapolis, Md. 1827. 

American, An. Noah Webster, The 
revolution in France. N.Y. 1874. 

American, An. William Barton, 
A,M. The constitutionalist: addressed 
to men of all parties in the United States 

... X • loU4. 

American, An. David Christy. Cot- 
ton is king . . . Cin. 1866. 

American, An. Hezekiah Hartley 
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tour through Germany, Switzerland, and 
France. B. 1888. 

American, An. Stephen Fiske. En- 
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American, An. 0. Prescott HiUer. 
English and Scottish sketches. L. 

American, An. David Everett. An 
essay on the rights and duties of nations, 
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Anoierican, An. Arthur Lee. An es- 
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American, An. Rev. Mathias Bruen. 
Essays, descriptive and moral, on scenes 
in Italv, Switzerland, and France . . . 
Edinb. 1823. 

American, An. Leuns Cass. An ex- 
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sion between the American and British 
governments, concerning the right of 
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American, An. William Elliott. Fi- 
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American, An. R, Davidson, Esq. 
Geograpliy epitomised ... in verse . . . 
By . . . L. 1787. 

American, An. James Fenimore 
Cooper. Gleanings in Europe : England. 
By . . . P. 1837. 

American, An. ^Theodore Sedgwick, 




Hints to my countrymen, by . . . N.T. 

American, An. Mrs, Lydia Maria 
Child, Hobomok : a tale of early times 
... B. 1824. 

American, An. Samuel FinUy Breese 
Morse, Imminent dangers to the free 
institutions of the United States through 
foreign immigration . . . N.Y. 1835. 

American, An. Sidney Edwards 
Morse. Letter on American slarery . . . 
By . . . N.Y. 1847. 

American, An. Henry M. Bracken* 
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American, An. J. Pottinger. Let- 
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American, An. Alexander Hamilton. 
Letters to *<The Gazette of the United 
States." August 4-18, 1792. 

American, An. A. Bobinson. Life 
in California during a residence of ser- 
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American, An. Benjamin Young 
Prime, M.D. Muscipula siye Cambromy- 
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tle of the Welsh and the mice, in Latin 
and English, with other poems in differ- 
ent languages. By . . . N.Y. 1840. 

American, An. Henry Wadsuforth 
Longfellow, Outre-mer ; or, a pilgrimage 
to the Old World. By . . . L. 1835. 

American, An. Samuel Low. The 
politician outwitted : a comedy . . • 
N.Y. 1789. 

American, An. James Sloan. Kam- 
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. . . Bait. 1818. [Also attributed to 
Theodore Lyman.] 

American, An. Alexander Hill Ev- 
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speech ... B. 1814. 

American, An. Richard Biddle, A 
review of Captain Basil Hall's travels in 
North America, in the years 1827 and 
1828. L. 1830. 

American, An. George Henry Cal- 
vert. Scenes and thoughts in Europe. 
N.Y. 1847. 

American, An. James E. DeKay, 
Sketches of Turkey in 1831 and 1832. 
N.Y. 1833. 

American, An. Matthew Bennett 
Wynkoop, Song leaves from the book 
of Life and Nature. By . . . N.Y. 1852. 

American, An. Benjamin Church, 
M.D. The times : a poem ... B. 1765. 

American, An. Bev, Charles Inglis. 
True interest of America impartially 
stated. P. 1776. 

American, An. Duff Green, The 
United States and England . . . L. 1842. 

American, An. Joseph Hopkinson. 
What is our situation? and wnat our 
prospects ? . . . P. 1799. 

American, An, formerly a Member 
of Congrees. Fisher Ames. The influ- 
ences of democracy on liberty, property, 
and the happiness of society, considered. 
By . . . L. 1835. 

American In England, The. Alex- 
ander SlideU Mackenzie. The American 
in England. L. 1836. 

American in liondon. An. Rev. 
Calvin Colton. The Americans. 1833. 

American in Paris, The. John 
Sanderson. The American in Paris. L. 

American in the Service of the 
Viceroy, An. George Bethune English, 
A narrative of the expedition to Dongo- 
la and Sennaar, under the command of 
His Excellence Ismael Pasha . . . L. 1822. 

American Long Resident at Con- 
stantinople, An. Commodore David 
Porter, Constantinople and its environs. 
. . . N.Y. 1835. 

American recently returned from 
Europe, An, Robert Walsh, A letter 
on the genius and dispositions of the 
French government ... P. 1810. 

American Amateur in Europe, An. 
James Jackson Jarves. Art thoughts . . . 

American Angler, An. John J. 
Brown. American Angler's Guide . . . 
By . . . N.Y. 1845. 

American Artist, An. Laughton Os- 
bom. Handbook of young artists and 
amateurs in oil painting . . . N.Y. 1845. 

American Cato, The. Samuel Adams, 
so called by a newspaper writer. 1781. 

American Citizen, An. William 
Beach Lawrence, as translator of Marbois' 
" ffistory of Louisiana." P. 1830. 

American Citizen, An. Orville J, 
Victor. The American rebellion . . . By 
... L. 1861. 

American Citizen, An. John Adams. 
Discourses on Davila ... B. 1805. 

American Citizen, An. James Barr 
Walker, D.D. The living questions of 
the age. By . . . P. 1869. 

American Citizen, An. Linus Pier- 
pont Brockett, M.D. The philanthropic 
results of the war in America . . . N.Y. 

American Consul at London, The. 
Freeman H. Morse. . . . American sea- 
men. . . . Letter from ... n. p. 1869. 

American Englishman, An. Sam- 
uel Mather, of Boston. An attempt to 
show that America roust be known to the 
Ancients ... B. 1773. 





Amerloan FaMus, The. Gtarffe 
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American Fanner, An. Hector St 
John Crevecoair. Letten. 1798. 

American Farmer, An. William 
Cobbett. Notes on American gardening 
and fruit. P. 1803. 

American Farmer, An. Frederick 
Law Olmsted. Walks and talks of . . . 
in England. N.Y. 1862. 

American Gentleman, An. Richard 
S. Coxe. 

Ajnerican Gentleman, An- WiUiam 
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Maaviad." [Also], A poetical epistle 
to the author, by an American gentle- 
man. P. 1709. 

American Gentleman, An. Benja- 
min Young Prime, M,D, The patriot 
muse ... L. 1764. 

American Gentleman, An. John 
Sanderson, Sketches of Paris: in fa- 
miliar letters to his friends. P. 1838. 

American Gentleman, An. Richard 
Alsop, as translator of The geographical, 
natural, and ciyil history of Chili. By 
Abb^ don J. Ignatius Molina. Middle- 
town, Ct. 1808. 

American Gentleman, An. Rev. 
Calvin CoUon. A voice from America to 
England. N.Y. 1837. 

American Girl Abroad, An. Miss 
Adeline Trafton. An American girl 
abroad. B. 

American Indian, An. Henry Home, 
Jr, The citizen of nature: in a series 
of letters from ... in London, to his 
friend at home. L. 1823. 

American Lady, An. Henry Wood. 
Change for the "American Notes" . . . 
L. 1843. 

American Ijady, An. Jf. Griffin. 
Impressions of Germany . . . Dresden, 

American Lady, An. Mrs. Chant, 
Memoirs . . . with sketches of manners 
and scenery in America ... L. 1810. 

American Navy Officer, An. Nor 
ihaniel Fanning, A narrative of the ad- 
ventm>es of an American navy officer, 
who served during part of the American 
revolution under Paul Jones. N.Y. 1806. 

American Novelist, Tlie. Mrs. H. 
B. 8towe. Byron painted by his com- 
peers . . . showing wherein the A. N. 
gives a truthful account, etc. L. 1869. 

American Officer In the Service of 
France. John Skey Eustace, Letters on 
the crimes of George III. . . . Paris, 1794. 

American Pastor, An. Rev, lliomas 
Bacon, Two sermons, preached to a 
congregation of black slaves . . . L. 1749. 

American Pbyslcian, An. Dr. Pat- 
rick Macaulay. How the cholera is prop- 
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American Spy, The. Capt. Nathan 
Hale. The A. S. ; or, freedom's early 
sacriflce : a tale of the Revolution, 
founded on fact. Albany, 1857. [Writ- 
ten by Jeptha Root Simms.] 

American Wanderer. Arthur Lee. 
American wanderer through Europe. L. 

American Woman, An. Mrs. L. B. 
Urbino. An American woman in Eu- 
rope . . . 

American Woman, An. Helen C, 
Smith. Hints on dress . . . N.Y. 1872. 

American Woman, An. Mrs. H, 
C. Tracv Cutler, Letter from . . . to . . . 
Lord Palmerston. 1862. 

American us. Caleb Evans, A letter 
to the Rev. John Wesley ... L. 1776. 

Americus. Francis Lieber. Manual 
of political ethics. P. 

Americus. Oscar Montgomery Lieber, 
in his contributions to "The Evening 
Post." N.Y. 1872. 

Americus. Vine Wright Kingsley, 
Spain, Cuba, and the United States . . . 
N.Y. 1870. 

AmeruB. Alexander Chalmers. Char- 
acter of Dr. Johnson as drawn by him- 
self. " Gent Mag.," April, 1788, p. 300 ; 
original letter of Dr. Johnson, June, 1788, 
p. 479. 

Amea, Mrs. Nelly. Eleanor Kirk, Up 
Broadway, and its sequel. A life story. 
N.Y. 1870. 

Amey. Louis Xavier Eyma. His sig- 
nature to his translations and vaudevilles. 

Ami, Un. Rev. Thomas Hartley, Au- 
tobiographie de Swedenborg. Sous ce 
titre : reponse k une lettre qu'un un ami 
m'a ^crite. Saint-Amand, 1861. 

Amica. Miss Alice Pearce. An acros- 
tic on the Rev. R. H. Hitchins, in the 
" Cornish Magazine," 1828. 

Amicus. IVilliam A. Brewer, in his 
contributions to various old New York 

Amicus. Sir Thomas Fairbaim, in the 
London "Times." 

Amicus. David Brown, Defence of 
the British and foreign Bible society. 
Edinb. 1826. 

Amicus. James Gordon, Eight letters 
on the subject of the Earl of Selkirk's 
pamphlet on Highland emigration . . . 
Edinb. 1806. 

Amicus. Joseph Lancaster. Fruits of 
Christian love ! a letter ... on the reli- 
gious instruction of their [the Quakers'] 
youth. L. 1808. 




Amicus. John Canton. On the mag- 
netic needle, in the " G^nt Mag./' Decem- 
ber, 1761, p. 669. 

AmiciM. William Alexander, Quaker- 
ism onmasked: comprising a glance at 
J. Wilkinson's "Quakerism examined." 
By . . . York. 1839. 

Amicna. Rev. Benjamin Kent. A ser- 
mon in Marlborough, July 9, 1734. Per 
... B. 1734. 

Arnicas Curiae. One of the pseudo- 
nyms attributed to Junius {q.v.). [The 
letter thus signed is dated June 10, 1769, 
and defends the letters of Junius.] 

Amicus Curias. John Payne Collier. 
Criticisms on the bar. L. 1819. 

Amicus Secandus. WiUiam A. Thom- 
son, D.D. Brief statement of reasons for 
Bible societies in Scotland withdrawing 
their confidence in the British and foreign 
Bible seciety. Edinb. 1826. 

Amigo. Dr. Salmon Skinner, in the 
N.Y. " Herald." 

Amner. Charge Steevens. Rev. Rich- 
ard Amner (1737-1803), a dissenting min- 
ister at Hampstead, near London, and 
afterwards at Coseley, in Staffordshire; 
still later, left off preaching and retired 
to his natiye town, Hinckley. 

" WbUst a rMldent at Bamp«tead, he became 
the rabject of itiallflrnant merriment to the learned 
commentator on Sbakecpeare, who, to his ever- 
lasting shame be it spoken, fathered on this 
harmless Divine many huUerou* notes of his 

Amor PatrisD. Thomas Crowley. Dis- 
sertations on the grand dispute between 
Great Britain and America. By ... L. 

Amor Veritatis. Rev, John Mortlock 
Daniell. To F. Silver. [Letter, signed 
A. v., addressed to F. Silver, in reply to 
his pamphlet, entitled '* Immanuel."] L. 

Amyntor, Gerhard von. Dagobert 
von Gerhard. Kin priester, historic in 
sechs gcsangen. Breslau, 1881. 

Anacharsis. Jean Jacques Barth€lemy. 
Voyagpe du jeunc Anacharsis en Greece. 
Paris, 1788. 

Anacreon, The French. Pierre Lau- 
jon, 1727-1811, perpetual president of the 
Cavcau Modeme, a Paris club noted for 
its good dinners, but every member was 
obliged to be a poet. 

Ajiacreon Moore. Thomas Moore, 

Anacreon of the Guillotine. Barhre 
de Vieuzac. 1755-1841. 

Anacreon, The Sicilian. Giovanni 
Meli, 1740-1815. 

Analytical Teacher, An. John U. 

Parsons. The analytical spelling-book . . . 
Portland, Me. 

Anchor. John Watts DePeyster. Chan- 
cellorsYille and its results . . . N.Y. lb()o. 

Ancien Car6 dn diocese de Quebec, 
Un. Very Bev. Thomas Maguire. Kecueil 
de notes diverses sur le gouvemement 
d'une paroisse . . . Paris, 1830. 

Ancien enfant de chcBur, Un. £mile 
Laurent. Les abb^ galants. P. 1882. 
Also ascribed to J^mile Colombey. 

Ancient Brahmin, An. Robert Dods- 
ley. The CEconomy of human life . . . 
Written by . . . L. 1750. 

Ancient, Oliver. Robert W, Mc Alpine, 
in his contributions to " Noah's Sunday 
Times" (N.Y.). 

Andersson, Anna. Anna Andersson 
WSstberg. Styfmorsblommoma. 1867. 

Anderson, Ralph. Robert Heron. A 
letter from K. A. Esq. to Sir J. Sinclair . . . 
Edinb. 1797. 

Andolt, Srnst. Bemhard Rudolf 
Abeken. Studies on the Dirine comme- 
dia of Dante. 1826. 

Andrade. Jo&o de Andradd Corvo de 
CamOes. Un conto ao serSk), 1852. 

Andr6, W. J. William Jerdan. 

In his aatobloffraphy he says: '*I have not 
been a careful preserver of my productions, and 
have not (I now wish I had) a copy of my 
'Eclogue,* which. If I remember rightly, appeared 
as the writing of W. J. Andr^, an anagram of my 
name, which, like the sienatare of * Tentlia * (tns 
ancient name of Tweed), used by me ftt>m dM 
period of my earliest to my latest contributions 
to the press, may guide the curious (if such 
there may be) to many of the anonymous essays, 
in prose and verse, of William Jerdan." 

Andrew of Mitchell Street. John 
Andrews Jones. 

Andre^r, James, A. M. Andrew 
Mackay. Astronomical and nautical 
tables ... L. 1805. 

Andrews, Joseph. Henry Fielding, 
The history of the adventures of . . . and 
of his friend Mr. Abraham Adams. L. 

Ane of that lll£. William Edmon- 
stoune Aytoun. Our Zion ... By . . . 1840. 

Ang, Phil. John Penny man. A bright 
shining light, discovering the pretenders 
to it, to the . . . Quakers, etc. By . . . 
L. 1680. 

Ange B^nigne. Mme. la Comtesse Paul 
de Af denes, in her contributions to " La 
Vie Parisienne." 

Angelina. Mrs. Angelina Levy Goetx, 
in music to numerous songs, among others 
Sir Marmaduke; The stream of life. 
L. 1858. 

Angelina. Harriet Martineau. 

Angelina. Thomas Prescott Prest. 
Miser of Shoreditch : drama. N.Y. 1857. 




Angelonl, BattiBta. John ShMeare, 
M.D. Letters on the English nation. By 

B. A., a Jesuit ... L. 1755. 
Anglais Voyageur, Un. Martin Sher- 
lock. Lettres d' . . . Geneva, 1779. 

Angler, An. Charles Lanman. Adven- 
tures of ... in Canada, Nora Scotia, and 
the United States. L. 1848. 

Angler, An. Thomas Tod Sioddart, 
An anglei^s rambles and angling songs. 
L. 1866. 

Angler, An. John Henry Cliffs. Notes 
and recollections of . . . rambles among 
the mountains of Wales. L. 1860. 

Angler, An. Sir Humphry Davv. Sal- 
monia ; or, days of fly-fishing. lo28. 

Angler, A North Country. Thomas 
Doubleday. Coquet-dale fishing songs . . . 
Edinb. 1852. 

Angler and Blbllopollst, An Old. 
TTiomas Boose y. Piscatorial reminiscences 
and gleanings. L. 1835. 

Anglicanee Presbyter. John Wesley. 

C. Sallustii Crispi helium Catiliniarum et 
Jugurthinum . . . edidit ... L. 1749. 

Angli<^nus. R. S. Ellis. The trarel- 
ler's handbook to Copenhagen and its 
environs. Copenhagen, 1853. 

Anglican us, Li. T. Arthur Penrhyn 
Stanley, Dean of Westminster. 

Angllcanus Presbyter. Joseph Hem- 
ington Harris. Auricular confession not 
the rule of the Church of England . . . 
L. 1852. 

Anglo-American. Sir Brenton Halli- 
burton, Knt.f who contributed frequently 
to the press, the most noteworthy of his 
writings being a series of letters, in 1813, 
on the American war, which appeared 
in the Halifax "Recorder," under this 
signature. ' 

Anglo-Canadian, An. Rev, Adam 
Townley, DJ). Ten letters ... on the 
Church and Church establishments . . . 
Toronto, 1839. 

Angove, Grace. Mrs. Grace MicheU, 
The gold fields of California, and strug- 
gles to win gold there and in England . . . 

Anlcetus. William Adolphus Clark. 
The cannonade. B. 1861. 

Animal Painter, An. James Wilson. 
The rod and the gun ; and a voyapre round 
the coasts of Scotland and the Isles. 

Ann. Airs. Ann Thomas. The dove- 
cot. 1834. 

Annof S^vansea. Ann KemUe. Cesa- 
rio Rosalba ; or, the oath of vengeance : a 
romance. L. 1819. 

Ann Jane. Mrs. Ann Jane Morgan. 
John Pottle, the farmer's man. L. 

Anna 3Iatllda. Mrs, Hannah Park- 

house Cowley. She composed, besides 
other plays, two remarkably successful 
comedies called ''The Runaway," and 
"The Belle's Stratagem." She also 
wrote " The Maid of Arragon," and other 

Anna Matilda. Mrs. Hester {Lynch 
Thrale) Piozzi. In 1785, during her resi- 
dence at Elorence, she contributed under 
the signature of ** Anna Matilda " to the 
"Florence Miscellany." Florence, 1785. 

Annlbale. Miss Anna Ballard. Fif- 
teen vocalises ... B. 1870. Also in 
her contributions to "The Mail" (N.Y.). 

Annotator. John Colder. Notes to 
Nichols's edition of " The Tatler." L. 1786. 

Annual Visitor, An. Henry Huntt, 
M.D. A visit to the Red Sulphur Spring 
of Virginia during the summer of 
1837 ... By . . . B. 1839. 

Anonym, Walter, Residuary liega- 
tee of the late. Henry Jackson Sar- 
gent. Feathers from a moulting muse. 
B. 1854. 

Anonymous. Benjamin Dawson. 
Animadversions upon the conduct of 
the Rev. Dr. Rutherforth ... L. 1768. 

Anonymous, liondlnensls. Matthias 
Barbery , A.B. A letter to Dr. Calamy . . . 
L. 1718. [Also ascribed to Thomas 

Another considerable personage. 
Sir William Drummond, in Beloe's " Sex- 
agenarian." Vol. II., p. 124, 2d ed. L. 

Another Gentleman of Cambridge. 
John Duncombe. An evening contempla- 
tion in a college : being a parody on the 
Elegy in a country churchyard. By . . . 
L. 1753. 

Another Gentleman of ljincoln*a 
Inn. Thomas Edwards. A supplement 
to Mr. Warburton's edition of Shake- 
spear ... By . . . L. 1748. 

Another Layman. Wanoick Pal- 
Jray. Remarks on the recent ordination 
at Beverly . . . Salem, 1824. 

Another Member of Parliament. 
Sir William Blackstone. A letter to [Sir 
William Meredith] the author of "The 
Question Stated." L. 1769. 

Anselmus. Rev. Samuel W. Duffield, 
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Anstey, P. F. Anstey Guthrie. Vice 
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Anthony, Grey. Henry Carl Schil- 
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Anti-Belial. One of the pseudonTms 
attribated to Junius (q.v.). 

The letters thu« signed "are minor Philo- 
Jnniusee. to explain, defend, and support the 
repatation of Uie principal." 

Antl-Biireaiicra^ An. Adam Thorn. 
Remarks on the conrention . . . Mon- 
treal, 1835. 

Anti-Cotton. R, A, T. GtueoynB 
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Anti-Draco. John Disney, Five let- 
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Anti-Fox. One of the pseudonyms 
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Under this signature he replied to Mr. Foz, In 
a letter dated Oct. 16, 1771. 

Anti-Harmonicas. Alexander Peter- 
kin. A poetical epistle to J»** T—* 
[John Tait], Esq. Edmb. 1807. 

Anti-Monopoly. William Duane. 
Obsenrations on the principles and op- 
eration of banking . . . Helmbold, 1804. • 

Anti-Quary. WiUiam H. TutkiU. 
His signature to a series of articles in 
the newspapers, consisting chiefly of in- 
cidents and anecdotes relative to early 
settlers of Cedar County, Iowa. 

Anti-Scribleru8 Hiatrionlcus. John 
SoberU. — See "A StroUng Player." 

Anti-Sejanoa. Rev. James Scott, The 
author of political essays published 
under the signatures of " Anti-Sejanus " 
and " Old Slyboots." 

Anti-S^anoa, Jr. One of the pseu- 
donyms attributed to Junius {q.v.). 

It is appended to a letter contributed to ** The 
pQblio Advertiser," dated Jane 24, 1767, and 
which is principally devoted to attacks on Lords 
Bute and Chatham. 

Anti-Socinus. Anselm Bayly, Re- 
marks on David Levi's second letter to 
Dr. Priestley ... By . . . L. 1787. 

Anti Stuart. One of the pseudonyms 
attributed to Junius {q.v.). 

This letter, contributed to "The Public Ad- 
vertiser," and dated March 24, 1768, is a reply 
to a letter signed " Anti van Teague»*' the author 
of which had defended the grant to Sir James 
Lowther. That signature seems to Indicate 
that '* Junius " was supposed to be an Irishman, 
and Mr. Burke. " Junius " siens •< Anti Stuart " 
in reference to John Stuart, SSarl of Bute, whose 
danghter Sir James Lowther had married. He 
then attacks the pybUc character of the Duke of 
Ghrafton, the Prime Minister, and says he had not 
meddled with his private character, which he left 
for the Duke to earth in, whenever he is hard 
run, ** according to the laudable example" of 
Lord North. — WADE. 

Anti-tlieatricus. Thady Fitzpatrick. 
— See"T. F." 

Anti-Tindaliau. Robert Lyon. A 
letter to the Rev. Mr. James Adams at 
Kinnaird . . . Edinb. 1734. 

Anticant, Dr. Pesaimist. Thomas 
Carlyle, in Anthony Trollope's "War- 

In the same, " Charles James (Ghvatly)" rep- 
resents Bp. Blomfleld of Xiondon; "Henry 
(Grantly),^ Bp. PhlllpotU of Exeter; and " Sam- 
uel (Grantlv)," Bp. Wilberforce of Oxford, 
then of Winchester. In Trollope's political 
novels, "Mr. Gresham" is said to mean Mr. 
Gladstone; " Mr. Baubeny,*' Lord Beaconsfleld; 
"Lord de Terrier," Lord Derby; and "Mr. 
Plantagenet Pallsser," Lord Carlingford. 

Anticipation. John Dickinson. An 
address on the past, present, and event- 
ual relations of the United States to 
France. N.Y. ISaS. 

Anti^aliican, An. JioAn Free, DJ), 
The monthly reviewers reviewed by . . . 
L. 1766. 

Antilore. Daniel Dulany. His sig- 
nature in his newspaper controversy with 
Charles Carroll, before the American 

Antipolemus. Vicesimus Knox, D.D. 
"At that time [1792] he translated and 
printed, under the title of * Antipolemus,' 
the adage of Erasmus, ' Bellum dulce 
inexpertis.' " — See "Gent. Mag.," Sept. 

Antiquarian, An. Royal R, Hinman, 
The blue laws of New Haven Colony . . . 
Compiled . . . Hartford, 1838. 

Antiquarian, An. Henry Phillips, Jr, 
Historical sketches of the paper money 
issued by Pennsylvania ... P. 1862. 

Antiquarian Doctor, An. Thomas 
Amory. An antiquarian doctor's sermon 
on an antiquated subject ... L. 1768. 

Antiquarius. Joan Loveday, D.C.L, 
For many years a contributor to the 
"Gent Mag.," under the signatures of 
" Antiquarius," " Academicus," " Vin- 
dcx," " Scrutator," and others. 

Antiquary, An. Richard Thomson. 
Chronicles of London Bridge. L. 1827, 

Antiquary, An. Alexander Maxwell 
Adams, The Crawf urd peerage. Edinb. 

Antiquary, An. Samuel Pegge, LL.D. 
Fitz-Stephen's description of the city of 
London, newly translated from the Latin 
original ... By . . . L. 1772. 

Antiquary, An. Col. Philip De la 
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sive arms borne by families of the United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Lreland. 
Collected by . . . L. 1803. 

Antiquary, An. Thomas Wright. 
Wanderings of . . . L. 1861. 

" Antiquary, The." George Liuermore. 
The origin, history, and character of the 
New England Primer ; being a series of 



articles contributed to the "Cambridge 
Chronicle " by . . . Camb., Mast. 1849. 

Antlqultatla Conservator. ThomoB 
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Rochester, and its carious cellars, in the 
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AntonelU, Giuseppe. Humphry Sand' 
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Antony. Antoine Nicolas B^raud, 
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1884; La Lescombat, 1841. Paris. 

Anvil, Sir John. — CrowU^. A man- 
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Ape. Mons. Pellegrini, in his contribu- 
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Apex. William A. Brewer, in his con* 
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Apostle of Temperance. Eev. Theo- 
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Aptommas, Mr. Mr, Thomas, the 
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Aqulla. Samuel Alexander, Serious 
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man . . . By ... L. 1814. 

Aquillus. John Wilson. Horas Catul- 
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Aq^-s, Vive Valeque. Rev. John 
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Aqvatlcvs, Mercvrlva. John Taylor, 
the Water-poet. M. A.; or, the water- 
poet's answer to all that hath, or shall be 
writ by Mercvrivs Britanicvs. L. 1643. 

ArachnophUua. Adam White. A 
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the plenary inspiration of Scripture . . . 
L. 1861. 

Arbitrator, An. T. H. Williams, 
Employers and employed. Manchester, 

Arc, Gaston d'. Maurice Champion, 
Les inondations en France depuis le VI* 
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Archaeologist, An. Frederick Wil- 
liam Fairholt, F.S.A. Rambles of . . . 
among old books and in old places . . . 
L. 1871. 

ArchSBologlst, An. Henry Noel Hum- 

Ehreys. Stories by an archseologist and 
is friends. L. 1866. 
Archaeus. Michael Aislabie Denham, 
Antiquarian discoveries at Carleburg, 
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Durham, 1866. 

Archaeus. John Sterling. Hymns of 
a hermit, in "Blackwood's Magazine," 

vol. 47, p. 80, etc. ["Archssus" was 
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Archard, Eliza. Mrs. E. A. Conner, 
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Archdeacon, The. Bev. Edward Ed- 
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. . . in St. Maiy's Church, Brecon . . . 
By . . . L. 1802. 

Archdeacon of St Alban's, The. 
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Archer. George A. Stockwell. 

Architect, An. John Carter, F.A.S. 
"In 17d8, a series of communications 
was commenced in this miscellany [the 
<Gent. Mag.'] under the title of 'Pur- 
suits of architectural innovation' (1798- 
1817), with the signature of 'An Archi- 
tect' " These were universally ascribed 
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Architect, An. W. BardweU, Ac- 
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Architect, An. Arthur William Hake- 
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Architect, An. Christopher Davy. 
Architectural precedents. L. 1840. 

Architect, An. Joseph Woods, Esq. 
Letters of . . . from France, Italy, and 
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Architect, An. John Burley Waring. 
Poems. By . . . L. 1868. 

Arco, Giu D*. Giuseppe ToreUi, C. 
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ArctiiruB. Afrs, Catharine Stratton 
Ladd, one of the noms dc plume under 
which she has contributed tales, sketches, 
essays, and poems to various journals. 

Ardboe. Gen. F. F. Millen, in his con- 
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Arden, Henry T. Henry Thomas 
Arnold. Princess Charming ; or, the bard, 
the baron, the beauty, the buffer, and 
the bogey. L. 1860. 

Arden, Hope. Mrs. R. A, Brennan. 
Her heart belongs to me. Ballad. B. 

Ardeaier-Macdonald, Charles. An- 
drew K. H. Boyd, who published in 
" Eraser's Magazine " a number of essays 
which appeared in 1860 under the title of 
" Recreations of a Country Parson." 

Aretophilos. Alexander Dalrymple. 
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Argonaut. Edwin D. Brickwood. The 
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L. 1866. 

Argonaut. John Etches. An authen- 


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Argus. Frederic Jatuea Prouting, in 
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Argus. Invin WiUes, a sporting writer 
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Ariel. Rev. Stephen Fiske, in his con- 
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Ariel. Buckner H. Payne. The negro: 
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ArlostooftheNorth,Tiie. Sir Walter 

Arlstarchus, Antl-Blomfieldlaiina. 
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Arlst^ndte. Francois FHix Nogaret, 
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Ariatlcle. Victor Marie Hugo, "Les Tn 
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Ariatidea. Frtmcie William Blagdon, 
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six months in the King's Bench, as the 
author of a suppressed pamphlet, with 
the signature "Aiistides," reflecting on 
the naval administration of Earl St. 

Arlstldea. Noah Webster,-— See "A 

Arlstldefl. Alexander Contee Hanson. 
Considerations on the proposed removal 
of the seat of government . . . Annapo- 
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Arlstidea. Thomas L. McKenney, 
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ArlstldeB. William P, Van Ness. An 
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]D.C. 1804. 

Arlatldes. Thomas Wilson Dorr. Polit- 
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Arlatlppua. John Gilbert Cooper. 
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Arlatobulus. Rev. Thomas Woolston, 
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By . . . L. 1720. 

ArlBtobulus. James Turner. Thoughts 
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Arlstoclea. Samuel .Johnson, DJ), 
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Aristocrat, Au. John Lettsom Elliot. 
A letter to the electors of Westminster. 
L. 1860. 

Arlstocratlo Tout. A name assumed 
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Arlstogelton. Rev. P. Frazer. An 
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on the tenets of their religion. By . . . 
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Aristophanea. Arthur Boyrie. Pot- 
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black humor. A tragedy. S. F. 1878. 

Arkwrlght, Peleg. David L. Proud- 
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Arley. Miles Peter Andrews. His 
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L. 1788. 

Arlington. Robert M. BeuOer, in the 
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Armand. Friedrich Armand Strubbera. 
Ralph Norwood. Hannover, Cassel, 1860. 

Armateur, L. M. B. Louis Marie 
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Armenian in Ireland, An. Edm. 
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Army Cliaplaln, An. Rev. Joseph 
Cross, Camp and field : papers of . . . 
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Army Surgeon, An. Thomas T, El- 
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Armytage, Dudley. William E. A. 
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Amett, John Andrews. John Han- 
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Arnold, A. Alfred Salomons. The 
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J. van Lennep. By A. A. L. 1880. 

Arnold, Birch. Mrs. J. M. D. or 
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Arnold, Kric. Henrietta Matson. 
Acton; or, school and college days. 

Arouet. Joseph Brown Ladd, the most 
of whose poems were addressed, under 
this signature, to " Amanda/' a name by 
which he designated the young lady to 
whom he was attached. 

Arp, BilL Charles H. Smith. A side 
show of the Southern side of the war. 
N.Y. 1866. 

Arpinas, Ijaurea. Charles Kelsall. 

Arr, E. H. Mrs. Ellen //. Rollins. Old- 
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Arrelsee* Robert L. Cope. The life, 
confessions, and adventures of Albert 
Teufel. Doylestown, P. 1867. 

Arria. Mrs. Eliza Lofton (Phillips) 
Pugh, who published, under this nom de 
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cal, in the New York " World," the New 
Orleans " Times/' and other journals. 

Arriala, Ramon de. Mariano Ja$€ de 
Larra. Un desafio : drama . . . Madrid,1834. 

Artist, An. Lester A. Roberu (?). 
Hugo Blanc, the artist : a tale of practi- 
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Artist, An. George William Novice* 
Lights in art: a review of ancient and 
modem pictures. By . . . Edinb. 1866. 

Artist, An. J. Beugo (?). Poetry, 
miscellaneous and dramatic. By . . . 
Edinb. 1797. 

Artist, An. Mrs. Elizabeth Murray. 
Sixteen years of an artist's life in Mo- 
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Artist, An. Paul Kane, Wander- 
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America ... L. 1859. 

ArtlOTe, Sir Andre^r. John Dennis. 
A free consideration and confutation of 
Sir J. Edgar. By Sir A. A. L. 1791. 

Arundell, Harris. William ArundeU 
Harris Arundell. The fall of Sebastopol : 
a poem. By ... L. 1855. 

Aslie, Tom. Jonathan Swift, D.D. 
. . . the dying speech of . . . whose 
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Ashton, Warren T. William Taylor 
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or, the heiress of Bellevue. A talc of the 
Mississippi and the South-west. B. 1853. 

Asiaticns. John Scott Wnrinj. Let- 
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Asmodei, Count. Count Vittorio 
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of Count Asmodei. 1771. 

Asmodeus. Thomas Xichols {!). As- 
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Asmodeus. Thaddem W. Meighan (?). 
The Jenny Lind mania in Boston ; or, a 
sequel to Barnum's Parnassus . . . B. 1850. 

Asmodeus Secundus. Charles Soth- 
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as a philosopher and reformer . . . 
N.Y. 1876. 

Asmus. Matthias Claudius. Asmus 
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Aspirant, An. James Beresford. Bib- 
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L. 1810. 

Assistant Librarian, An. Thomas 
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By . . . Glasgow, 1880. 

Assistant Secretary of State, The. 
Pennock Pusey. Statistics of Minnesota 

for 1869: being the first annual report 
of . . . St. Paul, 1870. 

Astarte. Mrs. Ann Olivia Adams. 
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Astell, Hon. Edward. Jane Tim- 
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Aston, Tony. Anthony Aston. A brief 
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Astronomer Royal, The. Sir George 
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Atall, Peter. Robert Wain, Jr. The 
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Attaerton, Harper. Frank Fowler. 
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Atom, Ann. Miss Jeanette JR. Hader- 
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Attach^. Mme. Frances Erskine (In- 
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Attains. WiUiam Mudford. The five 
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Atticus. Richard Heber, in Dibdin's 

" Bibliomania." 

Mr. Dibdin says of bixn, "Attfcns unites all 
the activity of De Witt and Lomenie with the 
retentlveness of MagUabechi and the learning of 
Le Long . . . Yet Atticue doth aometimee sadly 
err. He has now and then an ungovernable paa- 
elon to poBaeee more copies of a book than there 
were ever partfea to a deed, or etamina to a plant, 
and therefore I cannot call him a duplicate or a 
triplicate collector . . . But he atones for this by 
being liberal in the loan of his volumes. The 
learned and curious, whether rich or poor, have 
always free access to his library." 

Atticus. William MaccaU, He con- 
tributed to the London " Critic " [about 
1845] many papers and reviews, generally 
employing the signature " Atticus." 

Atticus. Thomas Cooke. The letters 
of ... as printed in the "London Jour- 
nal," in 1729 and 1730, on various sub- 
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Atticus. Richard FitzwilUam, 7th Vis- 
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L. 1811. 

Atticus. De Witt Clinton. Remarks 
on the proposed canal from Lake Erie to 
the Hudson River. N.Y. 1816. 

Atticus. One of the pseudonyms 
adopted by Junius {q-v.). 

The letters signed " Atticus** and " Brutus'* 
relate chiefly to the growing disputes with the 
American colonies.— >Wadb, ** Junius.** 

The first of these letters appeared in " The 
Public Advertiser,*' Aug. 19, 1768. 




Attlous Seoundus. Joseph BoUes 
Manning, JoniuB unmasked; or, Lord 
Oeorge Sackrille prored to be Junius . . . 
B. 1828. 

Attloiis Secundufl. John MacDiarmid, 
Letters of Junius, with preliminary dis- 
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L. 1822. 

Attorney, An. Sir George Stephen, — 
See " Caveat Emptor." 

Attorney, An. Samuel Warren. Ad- 
ventures of ... in search of practice. L. 

Attorney, An. WiUiam Muir, Let- 
ter to the law practitioners of Scotland 
on the attorney tax. Edinb. 1833. 

Attorney-at-IjaT7, An. J, C, Wells. 
My Uncle Toby : his table-talks and re- 
flections. By . . . Cin. 1876. 

Aublgny, D*. Jean Marie Theodore 
Bauduin. Washington; ou, I'Orpheline 
de la Fcnnsylvanie : melodrame en trois 
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Auctioneer, An. G. Robins (?). Pro- 
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Aud6, M. Joseph Octav% Delepierre. 
Dissertation sur les id(5es morales des 

Audi Alteram Partem. Lieut.- Gen. 
Thomas Perronet Thompson, F.R.S. 

"In 1848 he publiiihed a * Catechism oa the 
currency ' ; and In 18o7-58-59 weekly letters to 
his oonetitneniB, under the title of * And! Alte- 
ram Partem,' mainly on the treatment of the 
native army and people of India.*' 

Aoer, Adelheid von. Charlotte von 
Cosel. Im Labyrinth der Welt. 1879. 

Augspur. Henry J. M. Sampson, in 
« Fun's Prophet." 

Augur. WiUiam Blake. America : a 
prophecy, 1793; Europe: a prophecy, 

Augur. Henry Mort Feist. The 
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don Life." 

Augur. One of the pseudonyms at- 
tributed to Junius {q.v.). 

The letter thus signed Is dated Sept. 8, 1789, 
and reprobates the abusive language of the min« 
iaterial writers. 

Auguste. Kathinka Zitz. — See " Zian- 
iteka, K. Th." 

Augaatsohn, W. Wilhdm von Kotze- 
bus. Zwei Siinderinnen. 18 — . 

Aonet, li^onie d*, Madame. Jfme. 
Auguste Francois Biard. Le voyage 
d'une femme au Spitzberg. Paris, 18^. 

Aura. WiUiam Gale, in the Lon- 
don " Morning Advertiser." 

Aura. Mary Catharine Irvine. Ash- 
bum : a tale. L. 1857. 

Aurelius. John Gardner. A brief con- 
sideration of the important services . . . 
which recommend Mr. Adams for the 
presidency ... B. 1796. 

Aurelius Prudentiusy Americanus. 
Samuel Mather, of Boston. The sacred 
minister ... B. 1773. 

Austin, tlie late Artliur. Pro/. John 
Wilson. Lights and shadows of Scottish 
life . . . Edmb. 1822. 

Austin, Miss Betty. Miss Eliza How- 
ard Austin, "better known as 'Miss 
Betsy Austin.' Amusing incidents are 
chronicled of her in the pages of Marry- 
at's ' Peter Simple/ 'Tom Cringle's log,' 
and other naval authors." 

Australie. Mrs. Emily (Manning) 
Heron. The balance of pain: and other 
poems. L. 1877. 

Austro-Borealis. Edward Josiah 
Stearns, D.D. A platform for all par- 
ties. Bait. 1860. 

Author, An. WiUiam Warburton, 
Bishop of Gloucester. A letter from . . . 
to a member of Parliament, concerning 
literary property. L. 1747. 

Author, The. Capt. — Clarke, R.M 
Angler's desideratum . . . with some new 
and valuable inventions by . . . from a 
practice of nearly half a century. Edinb. 

Author, The. Charles Edioard Stew- 
art. Extracts from the regicide: an 
heroic poem ... L. 1801. 

Author, The. WiUiam Edward Arm' 
itage Axon. The tobacco question . . . 
considered . . . Kevised by . . . 1871. 

Author of ''Modem Painters," The. 

John Ruskin. Modem painters. 

To the editor of the "Weekly Chronicle," 
Letter Bigned . . . Sept. 23, 1843; also. Two let- 
ters from ... in the "Artist and Amateur'a 
Mag.," 1843-44; alao. Danger to the National 
Gallery, in the "Times," Jan. 7, 1847; also, 
The Pre-Raphaelites. Letter to the editor of the 
"Tiroes," May 13, 1851; also, The Pre-Raphael- 
ite artists ..." Times," May 30, 1861; also, The 
National Gallery, " Times,'^ Dec SO, 1852; all 
signed as above. 

Author of " Susie Ij — 's Diary," The. 
Miss Eliza Jane Cate. She contributed 
many stories to " Peterson's Magazine," 
nnder the signature of " By the Author 
of Susie L — ^'s Diary." 

Author of "The Life of Goethe," 
The. George Henry Lewes. Carlyle's 
Frederick the Great. By . . . In "Era- 
ser's Magazine," December, 1858. 

Authors of the "Dramatic Cen- 
sor," The. Francis Gentleman. Bell's 
edition of Shakespeare's plays ... Bv. . . 
L. 1774. 



Autochthonos. Edward Augustus 
Autocrat of the Breakfast Table. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes, who, under this 
nom de plume, contributed certain humor- 
ous papers to the " New England Maga- 
zine/' in 1836, which he resumed some 
twenty years afterwards, in the *' Atlan- 
tic Monthly." 

Autograph. Charles F. Cobum, in the 
"Lowell Citizen." 

Autolycufl. John Edwards, in his con- 
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Berger, Ike li. Thomas W» Eichd- 

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Bozzy and Plozzl. James Boswell 
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Britannlcus. Rt. Rev. Edward Co- 
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British Tlmon. The. Charles Gos- 
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Brook, Babble. John H, McNaugh- 
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Brother Methodist, A. liev. Benja- 
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Budlong, Pharaoh. Frederic Beecher 
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Bnndelcund. Edmund Burke, in the 
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Banker Hill Boy, A. John Quincy 
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Banker, General. C Lorain Rug- 
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Bunsby, Jack. Theodore H. Vanden- 

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Burlington, Charles, and others. 
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Burlington Hawkeye-man. Rob- 
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AIM ascribed to James H. Hart. 

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Citizen of the West, A. Robert Dale 
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Citizen of the World, The. Oliver 
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Citizen who continued all the 
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Clergyman thirteen years resident 
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Edax. Charles Lamb, in his essay on 
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Edfl^ar, Sir John. Sir Richard Steele. 
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of April following." 

Edgerton, Wild. Brock McVicker. 

Edianez, Anna. MUe. Z€naide Marie 
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Edinburgh Burgess of 1786, An. 
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Editor, The. Ambrose Ecdes, The 
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Editor of "BeU's Ufe in liondon/' 
The. ^ank L, Douming. Fights for the 
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Editor of " duysal," The. Charles 
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Editor of '< CJolumeUa," ''Euge- 
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Editor of " Dodsley's CoUectioii of 
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plajs of William Shakspeare . . . The 
third edition, revised and augmented by 
. . . L. 178o. 

Editor of the "Examiner," The. 
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flector," a quarterly magazine, on sub- 
jects of philosophy, politics, and the lib- 
eral arts. Conducted by . . . L. 1811. 

Editor of the " Glossary of Archi- 
tecture," The. John Henry Parker. 
Some account of domestic architecture 
in England, from Richard IX. to Henry 
Vm Oxford, 1859. 

Editor of "Kind Words," The. 
Benjamin Clarke. The life of Jesus, for 
young people. By . . . L. 1868. 

Editor of "King lioar," The. Charles 
Jennens. The tragedy of King Lear, as 
lately published, vindicated . . . L. 1772. 

Editor of "Life in Normandy," 
The. J. F. Campbell. A short Ameri- 
can tramp in the fall of 1854, by . . . 
Edinb. 1865. 

Editor of "Notes and Queries," 
The. WUliam John Thorns. The E. of 
" Notes and Queries '' and his friend, Mr. 
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that periodical. L. 1856. By WUliam 
Robinson Arrowsmith. 

Editor of "Once a Week," The. 
Eneas Sweetland Dallas. The Stowe- 
Byron controversy ... L. 1869. 

Editor of "Salmagundi," The. 
George Huddesford. Les champignons 
dn Diable; or, imperial mushrooms: a 
mock-heroic poem ... L. 1805. 

Ekiitor of a " Quarterly Review," 
The. WUliam Frederick Deacon. War- 
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Editor of that Edition, The. Rev. 
William West. A few words in reply to 
the "British Quarterly Review" on the 
new edition of Archbishop Leighton's 
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Editor of that Journal, The. Jo- 
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the American Colonization Society and 
the Colony of Liberia. Extracted from 
the "Herald of Peace." By... L.1832. 

Editor of that Periodical, The. 

Samuel Gardner Drake. Review of 
Winthrop's Journal, as edited and pub- 
lished by the Hon. James Savage . . . 
Prepared for . . . the " New England 
Historical and Genealogical Register." 
By . . . B. 1854. 

Editor of the "Adventures of a 
Guinea," The. Charles Johnston. The 
history of John Juniper, Esq., alias Juni- 
per Jack ... L. 1781. 

Editor of the "Annals of Agricul- 
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danger, and the means of safety. By . . . 
L. 1708. 

Editor of the "Aurora." Benjamin 
Franklin Bache. Truth will out! The 
foul charges of the Tories against . . . 
repelled ... P. 1708. 

Editor of the "Boston Daily Ad- 
vertiser," The. Nathan Bale. Remarks 
on ... a railroad . . . from Boston to the 
Connecticut River ... B. 1827. 

Editor of the " British Workman," 
The. T. B. Smythies. Stories about 
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Editor of the "Canadian Free- 
man," The. Francis Collins. An 
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unmasked . . . York, TJ.C, 1826. 

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records of Manchester ... L. 1822. 

Editor of the "Monthly Reposi- 
tory," The. Rev. Robert Aspland. The 
Christian Reformer . . . Hackney, 

Editor of the "National," The. 
George Jacob Holyoake. The life of 
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Editor of the "Newport Mercury," 
The. George Champlin Mason. Newport 
illustrated in a series of pen and pencil 
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Editor of the "Port FoUo," The. 
John E. Hall. Memoirs of eminent per- 
sons, with portraits and facsimiles : writ- 
ten, and in part selected ... P. 1827. 

Editor of the "Spiritual Quixote," 
The. Rev. Ricfiard Graves. The coali- 
tion; or, the opera rehearsed: a com- 
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Editor V. Publisher. Edward Wal- 
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Editors of the " Children's Friend," 
The. Rev. William Wilson. One hun- 
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Edmund, The Right Rev., Bishop 




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the Gospel in Foreign Parts, 1757. L. 

Edn^ards, John H. John Edward 
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Efendiy Murad. Franz von Werner. 
Balladen und Bilder. 1879. 

Effessea. Francis Seweil Cole, Oce- 
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EfflDj^ham, C, Esq. John Esten 
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Eg— t, J., E— 1 of. John, Earl of Eg- 
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Egyptian Kafir, An. Samuel Bailey. 
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EgyptUB. Joseph Parrish Thompson, 

Eight Clergymen. Bev. Hugh Stow- 
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Elagnitln, J. Joseph Nightingale. 
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El Atchby. Lt/man Ilotchkiss Bagg. 
His signature in the N.Y. "Graphic," 
April, 1873, and in the N.Y. "World," 
April, 1878. 

Elberp. George Henry Preble, whose 
first article, composed in his 14th year, 
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Me., under this nom de plume. 

Eld, George. John Taylor, the 
water-poet. Superbis flagellum; or, 
the whip of pride. L. 1G21. 

Elder of the Church of Scotland, 
An. Hugh Barclay. A plea for Chris- 
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Eldon, Dr. Abraham. Thomas Wyse. 

The Continental trareller's oracle . . . 
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Eleonora. Eleanor BuUer. "Gay 
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"Llangollen Vale.'* 

Eleven Sophomores. "Harry," by 
C. F. Thwing; "The bear," by B. 0. 
Peiree; "Rose Bud's story," bv 5. B. 
Stiles; "Jamie's mice," by C 'H, Bar- 
rows; "Santa Claus's deer," bv G. S. 
Pine; "Maggie's walk," by H. Hinkley ; 
"Chicken's mistake," by C. ^. Dickin- 
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" Bumble's first day at work," by T. C. 
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Elfin. Miss Georgiana Verrall. A 
Cornish ghost story. A night's adven- 
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etc., from 1870. 

Ella. Charles Lamb, in the celebrated 

*' essays" contributed to the "London 

Magazine," 1820-25. 

"The adoption of the elgnainre wm purely acci- 
dental. Hie flrat coDtributlon was a deacripUon 
of the Old South Bea Houae, — where Lamb had 
paaaed a few montba' novitiate as a clerk thirty 
yean before, — and of its inmates, who bad long 
passed away; and, remembering the name of a 
iSPlt light-hearted foreigner, who had fluttered 
there ai that time, he subscribed his name to the 
essay."— T. N. Taltottbd. 

Ella, Bridget. Mary Lamb, sister of 
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Leicester's school ... L. 1808. 

Ella, James. John Lamb, brother of 
Charles Lamb. 

Ellakim. Count Modeste Gruau de la 
Barre. Les visions d'Esaie et la nouvelle 
terre . . . Rotterdam, 1854. 

Ellas. John Lingard, D.D. 

Perhaps his signature In the ** Newcastle Cour- 
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ters, which were afterwards collected under the 
title of •• Catholic loyalty vindicated " ; or, more 
probably, of his nnooyinous pamphlets in his 
controversy with the Bishop of Durham and 
others, 1806-13. 

Elie, Le Pdre. Marie Maximilian 
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Eliot, George. Mrs. Marian (Evans 




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" Nor can we omit, in concluding this notice 
of A most remarluible book, some notice of the 
diiputes M to its aulborshlp. Tbe newspapers 
have been full of them. l£r. Anders, rector of 
Kirk by, writes early in April of this year to as- 
sore the world that ' the author of Adam Bede 
is Mr. Liggins, of Nuneaton, Warwickshire, and 
the characters whom he paints in Scenes of Cler- 
ical Life, are as familiar there as the twin spires 
of Coventry.' But jnst as we have satisfied our 
minds that this is the true state of the case, and 
are feeling greatly obliged to Mr. Anders, a 
wrathful Tetter from * George Eliot' disturbs 
us; asking (not unreasonably) whether * the act 
of publishing a book deprives a man of all claim 
to the courtesies usual amongst gentlemen?' . . . 
Then some gentleman is * recelvingsubscriptions ' 
as tbe ill-used author of Adam Bede. Finally, 
the Messrs. Blackwood, turning at last to throw 
a stone, declare that, ' those works are not writ- 
ten bv Mr. Liggins, or by any one with a name 
like Liggins ' . . . Now, upon all this we have 
only to remark, that we cordially agree in the 
dictum of Mr. Eliot, that * the attempt to pry 
into what is obviously meant to be withhela, — 
his name,— is quite indefensible.'" — Edivb, 
Bev., 1850. 

Eliza. Mrs. Elizabeth Carter, The 
name under which she began to contrib- 
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age of seventeen. 

Eliza. Mrs. Eliza Jane {Poitevent) 
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"Times-Democrat" (New Orleans, La.). 

Eliza. Anne Elisabeth {Petitpain) 
Voiart. L'Alg^rien. Paris, 1816. 

Eliza. Mrs. Elizabeth Draper. Let- 
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Sterne]. L. 1776. 

EUzaphan of Pamach. Benjamin 
Church, M.D. Liberty and property vin- 
dicated, and the St — ^pm — n burnt . . • 
B. 1766. 

Ellen. Mrs. Rebecca S. (Reed) Nich- 
ols, whose earliest poems were published 
in the Louisville "News Letter/* under 
this nom de plume. 

Ellen lionise. Mrs. Ellen Louise 
{Chandler) Moulton, who, in 1841, com- 
menced furnishing prose contributions to 
the periodicals under this nom de plume. 

EUen of Elxeter. Mrs. Anjie Maria 
Mackenzie. The Neapolitan ; or, the test 
of integrity. L, 1706. 

Eileraberg, Eduard. Eduard Zie- 
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Ellice, liucy. Miss EUen Moriarty. 
One of the noms de plume under which 
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Ellinjf, Franz von. Karl Miller. 

EUlot, Editli. Mrs. Anna Holyoke 
(Cutts) Howard, in her contributions to 
the "Household" (Brattleboro, Vt.). 

Elliot, Madge. Margaret Eytinge. 

Elliott. Samuel Elliott Coues. Re- 

marks on the Bunker Hill monument . . . 
Portsmouth, N.H., 1840. 

EUiott, Elinor. Ella S. Sargent. 

ElUott, Rutli. Miss Lillie Peck. A 
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EUoie. Miss Zoda Stith. Poems. 
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Ellsworth. Elmer E. Wadman, in 
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Ellwood, Ella. Ellen Shade. 

Elmar, Karl. Karl Swiedack. Die 
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Elmlicbt, Twlnrock, Esq. Thomas 
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Elmwood. James Russell Lowell. 

Elmwood, Einathan, Esq. Asa 
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autobiography. N.Y. 1833. 

Elocution WallLer. John Walker. 
A name given to him from his being a 
distinguished teacher of elocution. 

Elohta Ttenrub. Aihole Burnett. 

Elon. Dr. Linnaeus B. Anderson, in 
his contributions to the "State" (Rich- 
mond, Va.). 

The pseudonym is an anagram of Noel (Va.), 
hlB residence. 

El Penseroso. G. F. Lanigan, a 
Canadian writer, who, under this signa- 
ture, contributed to the " Western Jour- 

Elvira. Mrs. Perkins. Harp of the 
willows. B. 1858. 

Elysio, FUinto. Francisco Manoel do 
Nascimento, among whose works, pub- 
lished under this assumed name, are a 
number of odes and a translation of La 
Fontaine's "Fables." 

Emannel, Christian, Esq. George 
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come ... L. 1816. 

Embryo " Harvest Man," An. Jere- 
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Embryo M.P., An. — North. Anti- 
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EmeflT. Mary Flagg, in the " Home 

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Emeritus. Mr. Prower. The Militia- 
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^ Emeritus Professor, An. J. L. H. 
McCracken. The art of making poetry 
by ... in the 2d number of the " Knick- 

Emerson, Sir James. Sir James 




Emerson Tennent. Letters from the 
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AMomed the name of " Tennent" In 1882. 

Emery^ Marie. Mme, Vandenbuuche, 
Ivan... N.Y. 1878. 

Binlgraiit. Samuel Sidney, Emi- 
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Smlgrant^An. Adam Thom, Letter 
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Kmlgrant Farmer, An. Bev, Joseph 
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Emt^^rant Mechaiilc, An. Alexan- 
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Emilia. Miss Pamelia S, Vtnning, 
A Canadian poet, who wrote for some 
time under Uiis pen-name. She was 
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Mag.," which was merged in " Emerson's 
Mag.," then in " Emerson and Putnam's 
Mag.," and flnaUy for several years in 
the "Great Republic Mag." MissVinning 
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Cincinnati, and the ** Canadian Illustrated 
News," Hamilton. 

Emilianc, Gabriel d\ Antonio Get- 
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4les moines. Leipsic, 1846. 

Emily. Miss Emily Angove. Clara 
May; or, bring your cares to Christ. 
Redruth, 1860. 

Eminent Citizen of Virginia, An. 
Benjamin Watkins Leigh. Letters of 
Algernon Sydney in dfefence of civil 
liberty . . . Richmond, 1830. 

Eminent Collector in Edinburgli, 
An. David Laing. Catalogue of a por- 
tion of the rare and curious library of 
. . . 1860. 

Eminent Editor, An. Hector Mao^ 
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of Gilbert Purring . . . Edinb. 1806. 

Eminent English Counsel, An. 
John Longley. Observations on the trial 
hy jury . . . Edinb. 1816. 

Eminent Lawyer, An. — Smith. 
The opinion of . . . concerning the right 
of appeal from the Vice-Chancellor of 
Cambridge to the Senate, etc. L. 1761. 

Eminent Lawyer of Connecticut, 
An. John Hooker. New-England Loyal 
Publication Society . . . Letter, written 
by . . . n.p., n.d. 

Eminent Lawyer of the Temple, 
An. Dr. John Arbuthnot. John Bull's 
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The preface is signed " FfaUonomiu Eleuthe- 

Eminent Idterary Men. Charles L 
Flint and others. Eighty years' progress 
of the United States . . . Hartford, 

Eminent Tuner, An. Thomas D*Al- 
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work upon the art of tuning the piano- 
forte and harmonium ... L. 1862. 

Emma. Miss M. L. Everist, in her 
contributions to the "Globe-Democrat'* 
(St Louis, Mo.). 

Emmellne. Kathinka {Halein) Zitz. 

Emmeran, Euaebius. Georg Fried- 
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Emmet, Elizabeth. Mrs. Elizabeth 
A. Comstock. 

Enemy to Peace, An. Jonathan 
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Engelyom, Van. Jules Lecomte. 
Lettres sur les ^crivains fran9ai8. Brux- 
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An. Major Moncrief. A short account 
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year 1759 ... L. n.d. 

EhigUsh-Catholic, of the Metropoli- 
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Catholic-epistle; or, pastoral letter . . . 
L. n.d. 

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English CivUian, An. WiUiam Wal- 
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"Illustrations of the Portuguese Ques- 
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EIngUsh Connaught Ranger, An. 
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English Critic, An. George Herbert 
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English Gentleman, An. William 
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years 1822-23. L. 1824. 

English Gentleman, An. W. Wind- 
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in Savoy ... in 1741. L. 1744. 

English Girl, An. Anne Manning. 
Account of a Moravian settlement in the 
Black Forest. L. 1858. 

En^ish, Goliah. John Boyle, Earl 
of Cork and Orrery. — See " G. K.' 





Bngllsh Gorerness, Th«. Mrs, Anna 
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•emess at the Siamese Court, 1862-67. 
B. 1870. 

English Grammar School Head 
Master, The. Edward Rupert Hum- 
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iRwgHah JonmallBt, An. William 

Charles Mark Kent [better known as 

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iRrith Cardinal Wiseman? An inquiry. 

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English Lady, An. Mrs. A. Phelps 
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English Iiady, An. Mrs, A, Saint- 
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Washmgton . . . N.Y. 1834. 

English liandowner, An. Sir Ar- 
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alleged justice and necessity of the war 
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English Merchant, An. John Camp- 
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English Officer, An. Lieut. Col. 
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English Opium Eater, The. Thomas 
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English Play-goer, An. John Oxen- 
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English Priest, An. Rev. S. B. 
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L. 1850. 

English Republican, An. Algernon 
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English Resident, An. T. M. 
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L. 1845. 

English Sappho, The. Mrs. Mary 
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English Sister of Mercy, An. i^ss 
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L. 1861. 

English Sportsman, The. Hon. 
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English Terence, The. Richard 
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English Tory. Sir Richard Steele. 
The Guardian (No. 128, Aug. 7, 1713), 

English Traveller, An. Orville 

Dewey, Letters of ... on revivals oi 
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English Traveller, An. Martin Sher 
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WngUsh Traveller, An. Rev. Joseph 
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English Traveller at Rome, An. 
William Chdolphin, Marquis of Bland- 
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English Traveller In Spain, An. 
John Talbot Dillon. Letters ... on the 
origin and progress of poetry in that 
kingdom ... L. 1781. 

Englishman. William Sharpy Jr. 
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Englishman, An. Samuel Phillips 
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Englishman, An. Thomas Gordon. 
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EIngllshman, An. J. Dallinger. The 
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Englishman, An. Dr. John Burton. 
A genuine and true journal of the most 
miraculous escape of the Young Cheva- 
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Englishman, An. Philip Quarll, 
The hermit; or, sufferings and other 
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Englishman, An. Dr. John Jebb. A 
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Englishman, An. James Bury, Pick- 
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Englishman, An. John Gough, A 



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EngUshman, An. Edmund Wheeler. 
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Englishman, The. Thomas H. Glad- 
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Englishwoman, An. Miss Jane Por- 
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EngUahwoman, An. Sarah Mytton 
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F., W. D. Wilhelm David Fuhrmann, 
Leben . . . des Lucilio Vanini . . . Leip« 
sic, 1810. 

F, W. B. W. E. Flaherty, The 
annals of England. Oxford, 1876. 

F, W. J. WiUiam John Fitzpatrick, 
Who wrote the Waverley novels? L. 

F , R , Gent. Robert Forbes, 

Ajax : his speech to the Grecian knabbs. 
From Ovid's "Metam.," lib. XIU . . . 
Glasgow, 1765. 

F— n,C. C, Ferguson,— %ee "F-r-n, 

F-r-n, Mr. C. Ferguson. A letter 
addressed to every honest man in Britain 
... L. 1738. [The letter is signed "C. 
F— n.'»] 

F — y, J— n. John Frtf. Bibliographi- 
cal memoranda . . . Bnstol, 1816. 

Fabian. Mrs. Virginia Durant Cov* 
ington, who, during the late war, made 
her d^but as a writer in the " Southern 




Field and Fireside/' published at Angus 
ta, Ga., as "Fabian," and since that time 
has been a frequent contributor to South- 
em periodicals under the assumed names 
of " Casper/* " Popinack/' and under her 
own name. 

Fabiua. John Dickimon, The letters 
of ... in 17^, on the federal constitu- 
tion, and in 1797 on the present situation 
of public aftairs. Wilmington, Del., 

Fabrldns. Joseph OaUoway, Fabri- 
cius; or, letters to the people of Great 
Britain. L. 1782. 

Fac et Spera. William Harding, in 
his contributions to the " Clipper " 

Factory Hand of Waltham, A. 
Josiah Bigelow. Review of " An address 
to the worklngmen of New England "... 
Camb., Mass., 1832. 

Fadette. Mrs. Minnie Beeves Rodney 
or Marian C. Legare Reeves. Wean- 
thorne; or, in the light of to-day . . . 
B. 1872. 

The " Library of CongreM *' hat the former 
name, the " Female Writers of the Soath," the 

Faed. — See " Waverley." 

Fag, Frederick. James Johnson, The 
recess; or, autumnal relaxation in the 
Highlands and Lowlands ... a serio-comic 
tour to the Hebrides. L. 1834. 

Fair Inquirer, A. Rev. John Hawkins, 
A few remarks on an address to the 
Roman Catholics of the United States of 
America, occasioned by a letter addressed 
to the Catholics of Worcester by Mr. 
Wharton, their late chaplain. By the 
Bight Rev. Dr. Carroll. By . . . Worces- 
ter, Eng.. 1796. 

Falrchlld, Paul. John A. Taylor, 
Defense of insanity. N.Y. 1876. 

Fairfax, Ruth. Mrs. Agnes Jean 
Stibbes, a favorite contributor of novel- 
ettes, poems, and sketches to Father 
Ryan's paper, the "Banner of the 
South," under this nom de plume, 

Falrford, Alan. John Kent, editor of 
the " Canadian Literary Magazine," To- 
ronto, 1834. " Under this signature in a 
widely-circulated periodical a series en- 
titled "The English Layman/' 

Falrlelgh, Frank. Janets Edward 
Smedleiff who edited " Cruikshank's Mag- 
azine,"* etc., under this name. 

Falrplay, Oliver. Thomas Jefferson. 
Proposals . . . for publishing the private 
and public life of the First Consul. F. 

Faith WorklesB.— See "Methodist 
preacher in Cambridgeshire, A.' 


Falthftil Monitor, A. One of tlie 
pseudonyms attributed to Junius {g-v.). 

The letter bearing this ■ignatnre is dated 
Angaet 25, 1767, and censuree the appointment 
of Lord Townthend at Lord Lieatenant of Ire- 
land, and of his brother, the Hon. Charles Town- 
thend, at Chanoellor of the Exeheqnar. 

Falconbrld^. Jonathan F, KeUy.. 
The memoirs of ... a collection of hu- 
morous and every-day scenes. P. 1866. 

Falcon Feather. John Collier. Lan- 
cashire dialect and poems. L. 1828. 

Falconer, Edmund. Edmund 

(yRourke. Extremes; or, men of the 
day: a comedy. L. 1860. 

Falconer, Frank. E. N, OarvcUho, 
in the "Turf, Field, and Farm " (N.Y.). 

Falea, Fanny. Jfrs. Dranees Elizabeth 

Falkland. Fisher Ames. 

Falkland. Nathaniel Chapman, MJ)., 
in the " Philadelphia Portfolio." 

Falkland. Rev. John Robert Scott, 
D.D. A review of the principal charac- 
ters of the Irish House of Commons. 
DubUn, 1789. 

Falkland. Francis Perceval Eliot. A 
series of letters ... L. 1814. 

Falkland, Frank. G. L, WUson. 

Falataff, Sir Jokn. For the supposed 
editor of the " AnU-Theatre." L. 1720. 

Fanchon. Mrs. Laura Brady Starr, 
in her letters to the " Cleveland Leader " 


Fanchon. Mrs. Laura M. Sanford. 
History of Erie Coimty, Pennsylvania. 
P. 1862. 

Fancy, One of the. Frederick Tay- 
lor. System of horse-taming ... L. 

Fancy, One of the. Thomas Moore. 
Tom Crib's memorial to Congress. L. 

Fane, Florence. Mrs. Frances Fuller 
Victor. All over Oregon and Washing- 
ton. San Fran. 1872. 

Fane, Violet. Mrs. Mary {Mont- 
gomerie Lamb) Singleton, Collected 
verses ... L. 1860. 

Fan-Fan. Mrs, Frances Irene (Burge) 
Smith, Fan-fan stories. B. 1863. 

Fanny, Aunt. Mrs. Frances Dana 
(Barker) Gage, who, under this signa- 
ture, wrote many beautiful stories for 
children, besides stanzas and sketches. 

Fanny, Aunt. Mrs. Fanny Barroiv. 
All sorts of popguns. N.Y. 1869. 

Fant, Ell. Edward Bean Underhill. 
Struggles and triumphs of religious lib- 
erty. N.Y. 1861 ; and his contributions 
to various periodicals. 

Farbrick, Jonathan. Silas Pinch 




ney Hoibrook. Letters from a mariner 
and trayels of a tin peddler, contribnted 
to the " Boston Courier." 18S-. 

Farmer. Henry Brooke. Farmer's 
letters. L. 1745. 

Farmer, A. Tristram Surges, Ad- 
dress ... to the honest men of all parties 
in the State of RhQde Island and Provi- 
dence Plantations, n.p., n.d. 

Farmer, A. James Anderson, LL.D. 
Essays relating to agricnlturo . . . 
Edinb. 1775. 

Farmer, A. £fon. Levi Lincoln, Jr, 
A farmer's letters to the people. P. 

Farmer, A Dr. Samuel Seabury. 
Free thooghts on the proceedings of the 
Continental Congress held at Philadel- 
phia, Sept. 6th, 1774. By . . . N.Y. 

Alao Mcrlbed to Bev. Isaac WUkina. 

Farmer, A. — Arbuthnot. An in- 
quiry into the connexion between the 
present price of provisions and the size 
of farms ... L. 1773. 

Farmer, A. Dr. Laughan. Letters 
addressed to the yeomanry of the United 
States. P. 1701. 

Fanner, A. Anthony Benexet C^). A 
serious address to the rulers of America 
on the inconsistency of their conduct 
respecting slavery . . . Trenton, NJ., 

Farmer, An American. Hector St. 
John Creveccmr. Letters from ... P. 

Farmer, An American. Frederick 
Law Olmsted. Walks and talks of ... in 
England. N.Y. 1852. 

Farmer, A Llanbrynmair. S. Rob- 
ertsCi). DiosgFarm... Newtown, Eng., 

Farmer, A Munster. Thomas Moore. 
Captain Rock detected. L. 1824. 

Farmer, A Hiew EIngland. John 
Lowell. A dispassionate enquiry into 
the reasons alleged by Mr. Madison for 
declaring . . . war against Great Britain. 
L. 1808. 

Farmer, A Pennsylvanian. John 
Dickinson. Letters to the inhabitants of 
the British colonies. P. 1767-68. 

Farmer, The. Arthur Young. The 
F.'s letters to the people of England . . . 
L. 1767. 

Farmer in Chealiire, A. Benjamin 
StillingfleetCi ). Tlie honour and dishonour 
of agriculture . . . trans, by . . . n.p. 1760. 

Farmer of New Jersey, A. William 
Livingston. Observations on govern- 
ment . . . N.Y, 1787. 

Farmer, May. Mrs, E. V. Wilson. 

Farmer's Boy, The. Bobert Blooms 


Famlngham, Marianne. Mary Anne 
Heame. " Holiday sketches," in the 
" Christian World." 1868. 

Farquharson, Martha. Mrs. Martha 
Farquharson Finley. Allan's fault. P. 

Farthing Poet> The. Richard Hen- 
gist Home, Orion: an epic poem. L. 

Fast, Grip. Frank Leslie Baker, in 
his contributions to the "Morning Mail" 
(Lowell, Mass.). 

Fat Contributor, Our. William 
Makepeace Thackeray. His signature 
j'with others) to his articles in " Punch," 
irom August 3, 1844, to October 23, 

Fat Contributor, The. A. Minor 
Oriswold, in the Cincinnati "Saturday 
Night," a humorous weekly, through the 
medium of which Minor Griswold, "The 
Fat Contributor," sportively derides care, 
for his fun-loving readers. 

Father, A. Rev. Hosea Hildreth. A 
book for Massachusetts children, in fa- 
miliar letters from a father ... B. 1829. 

Father, A. Robert Ainslie. A father's 
gift to his children. L. 183-. 

Father, A. John Gregory. A father's 
legacy to his daughters. L. 1774. 

Father, A. Rev. James Paton. Let- 
ters ... to his son, a student of divinity. 
Edinb. 1796. 

Father, A. Benjamin Coole. Miscel- 
lanies ; or, sundry discourses concerning 
trade, conversation, and religion. Being 
the advice of ... to his children, on those 
subjects. L. 1712. 

Father of America, The. Samuel 
Adams. So addressed by Stephen Sayre, 
a London banker, 1770. 

Father of the American Revolu- 
tion, The. Samuel Adams. So called in 
the "Independent Chronicle" (B.), 1803, 
in announcing his death. 

Father of English Gleology, The. 
William Smith, author of the first geo- 
logical map of England. 

Father of German Literature, The. 
Gotthold Ephraim Lessing. 

Father of the late Thomas Rodd, 
The. Thomas Rodd, Senior. Manuscript 
catalogue of the late Mr. Malone's 
Shakesperian library. By . . . L. about 

Father of the Society of Jesus, A. 
F. J, Boudreaux. The happiness of 
heaven. By . . . Bait. 1871. 

Fa'wkes, Guy. Edward James. 

Fax. Augustine Bamum, in his con- 




tributions to the "Mail and Express'* 


Fay. Mrs, FayeUt Snead, in her con- 
tributions to the " ConrierJoumal " 
(LooisTille, Ky.). 

Fay, Frederick. I>r, James John- 

Fay, Gerda. Caroline A£. Gtmmer. 
Baby-land. L. 1877. 

Feardana. Robert Dwyer Joyce, M.D. 

Aboat twenty yean ago the nam de plume 
"Feardana" was a boiiMinold word among the 
reading portion of the Irish people. It was the 
yell behind which the yonng poet modestly hid 
hiB individuality. He was then a medical atndent 
at the Queen's University. The **Harp" and 
other periodicals puhlished in Dublin and Cork 
at this time, and for several years, contained 

Ctriollc songs, short sketches, and historic bal- 
ls from his pen. ** The Blacksmith of Limer- 
ick," which he wrote in the confused days sac- 
oeeding '48, grew almost instantly into popular 
favor, and helped much to create and fosters 
new soul in Ireland. About that time, perhaps 
later, the " London Universal News," then edited 
by tbehimented John F. O'Donnell (" Caviare "), 
a distlD(niished poet and llterateur himself, Ua 
reviewing Jovce^s '* Ballads, Romances, and 
Songs" — published in book form by Duffy of 
Dublin — hailed Joyo^ as "The Scott of Ire- 
land," a distinctive Utle most eminently deserved 
and deservedly bestowed. The book attained an 
extensive circulation, especially in the south of 
Ireland, where were located most of the stirring 
scenes, and incidents, and legendary and tradi* 
tional reminiscences on which the *' Ballads, 
Romances, and Songs" were founded. There 
is little doubt that Joyce's writings at that 
period had a powerful Influence in developing 
the national spirit which, a few years later on, 
became so powerful and defiant under the name 
of ** Fenianism," the rpirit of physical resistance 
to foreign rule. The '* Dublin Weekly Illus- 
trated Xews," established less than 20 years ago, 
contained many u racy story, sketch, and poem 
from his pen. A little later tne doctor, who was 
then Professor of English Literature in the I*re- 

J>aratory College of the Catholic University, 
.)ubliu, publhhcd " The Squire of Castleton,'' 
an historical novel, the scene of which was laid 
in the south of Ireland, as a serial In the '* Dub- 
lin Irishman." It wtis subsequently republished 
in book form. When the ** Dublin Irish People," 
the Fenian organ, was established in 1865, Dr. 
Joyce, under the nam de plume " Merulan *' 
(the Wizard) became, by request of the leaders 
of the National party in Dublin, one of the regu- 
lar contributors, and his fiery, patriotic, and 
able pen was recognized as a powerful aid in 
sustaining the grand spirit of patriotic resolve 
which was then rampant and defiant throughout 
the land. 

Federal Farmer, The. Richard 
Henry Lee. Observations leading to a 
fair examination of tho system of goT- 
emment proposed by the late conven- 
tion . . . 1787. 

Federal Republican, A. Henry Wil- 
liam Desaussure. Address to the citizens 
of South Carolina, on the approaching 
election of President and Vice-president. 
Charleston, 1800. 

Federalist, A. Noah Webster. A 
letter to General Hamilton occasioned 

by his letter to President Adams, about 
1800. The letter is signed " Aristides." 

Felicia Mrs, Mary Mitchell Collyer, 
Letters from ... to Charlotte. L. 1750. 

Felix. Bon Louis Henri Martin. 
Wolfthurm. Paris, 1830. 

Felix, Marcus Mlnucius. Sir David 
Dalrymple. OctaTius : a dialogue, by . . . 
Edinb. 1781. 

Felix, Minutius. Oeorge Hardinge. 
The essence of Malone. L. 1800-1. 

Felix, N. Nicholas Wanostrocht, the 
younger. Felix ... on the use of a 
cricket bat: together with the history 
and use of the catapulta. L. 1845. 

Fell, Archie. JMiss Mary J. Capron. 
Apron strings, and which way they were 
pulled. N.y. 1871. 

Fell, J. Richard Sterne. The whole 
duty of man. By . . . 1806. 

Fellow of a Colleir^f A. Capel Loft. 
Self-formation ; or, the history of an 
individual mind. L. 18-. 

Fellow of the College, A. Dr. Peter 
Shaw. The juice of the grape ... L. 

FeUow of *** College, Cambridge, 
A. Gerard Francis Cobb. The kiss of 
peace ... L. 1867. 

Fellow^ of the Antiquarian Society, 
A. Lieut.-Gen. Oearae Robert Ainslie. 
Illustrations of the Anglo-French coin- 
age : from coins in the possession of the 
author, by . . . L. 1830. 

Fellow of the Antiquarian Society, 
A. Foote Chwer, MJ). Sketch of the 
materials for a new history of Cheshire . . . 
L. 1771, 

Fellow of the Antiquarian Soci* 
eties of liondon and Scotland, A. 
Lieut.-Gen. George Robert Ainslie, Illus- 
trations of the Anglo-French coinage, 
from the cabinet of . . . L. 1847. 

Fellow of the Tilnnean Society, A. 
John Murray. The economy of vegeta- 
tion. L. 1838. 

Fellow of the liinnssan and Horti- 
cultural Societies, A. J. W. Bennett. 
A treatise on the coco-nut tree ... L. 

Fellow^ of the Royal and Antiqua- 
rian Societies, A. Josiah Forshall, The 
apology of an Israelite for not becoming 
a Christian. Sidmouth, 1851. 

Fellow of the Royal Society, A. 
Cotton Mather. The angel of Bethesda . . . 
New-London, 1722. 

Fellow of the Royal Society. A. 
James Orchard Halliwell-Philltpps. An 
introduction to the eyidences of Chris- 
tianity ... L. 1850. 

Fellow of the Royal Society, A. 




James WUliam Oilbart, F.R,S, Logic for 
the million ... L. 1851. 

Fellow of the Boyal Society, A. 
W. F, Stevenson. Most important errors 
in chemistry, electricitji and magnetism 
pointed out and refuted ... L. 1846. 

Fellow^ of the Society of Antiqua- 
ries of Scotland, A. John Dick, Here 
and there in England; including a pil- 
grimage to Stratford-upon-Avon ... L. 

Fellow of the University College, 
Oxford. Sir Edward West, M.A. Essay 
on the application of capital to land . . . 
L. 1816. 

Felloiv-Gitlzen, A. Henry Oockbum, 
Lord Cockburn. A letter to the inhabi- 
tants of Edinburgh, on the new police 
bUl. Edinb. 1822. 

Fellow Liabourer, A. John Maclaren. 
The desk and the counter . . . Edinb. 

Fellow^ Sufferer, A. John Park. An 
address to the citizens of Massachusetts 
on the causes and remedy of our national 
distresses ... B. 1808. 

Fellow-To'wnsman, A. John Wick- 
ttead. Address ... to the inhabitants of 
Shrewsbury. 1824. 

Fellow-Townsman, A. J. Bridge. 
A letter intended for the " Manchester 
'Guardian," now . . . recommended to the 
ladies of the Anti-Com-Law League. 
Manchester, 18^13. 

Female Friend, A. Mrs. Moorhead. 
Lines addressed to the Rev. James Dav- 
•enport on his departure from Boston. 
By... B. 1741. 

Female Physician, A. Jonathan 
Sivift, D.D. Receipt for cuckolding . . . 

Female Slave, A. Mattie Griffiths, 
Autobiography. N.Y. 1867. 

Fenian Head Centre. James Steph- 
tna. Arrest and escape of James Steph- 
•ens . . . 18C-. 

Fenwood, Harry. WUliam W. Walsh. 

Ferishtah, I>ervish-Serios8B. Robert 
Brouming. Divers fancies of . . . L. 

Fern. Frank E. Hamilton. 

Fern, Fanny. Mrs. Sara Payson 
iWillis Eldredge) Parton, Fern leares 
from Fanny's portfolio ... L. 1854. 

Fernando, the Gothamite. Fer- 
nando Wood. 

Femey, Jules. JStienne Arago, who 
wrote for the •* Si^cle " under this signa- 

Ferragns. Louis Ulbach. Lettres de 
Ferragus in "Le Figaro," Paris, 186-. 

Ferrall, S. A. Simon A. CFerrall. 

Ferret. John Shebbeare, M.D., in 
Smollett's novel of "Sir Launcelot 

Ferry, Gabriel. Eugene Louis Ga- 
briel de Ferry de Bellemare. Le dragon 
de la reine ; on. Costal, Tlndien. Roman 
historique. Paris, 1865. [Under the 
same pseud. M. L. de Bellemare has fur- 
nished numerous articles to the " Revue 
des Deux Mondes," 1846-62.] 

Fiat Justitia. Rev. Dr. Thomas Bin- 
ney, a celebrated independent divine. 

Fiat Justitia. One of the pseudo- 
nyms adopted by Junius (q-v.). 

The letter thus signed le dated May 19, 1768, 
and oensurea Lord Barrington. 

Fidelia. Mrs. Mary Lawrence. — See 
" Una." 

Fidelia. IlKss A. M. Machar, in her 
contributions to various Canadian peri- 

Fidelia. William Brocklehurst Stone- 
house, D. C.L. The crusade of . . . Derby, 

Fidelia. Dr. Power, Bishop of Water- 
ford. Letters on the royal veto . . . 
Waterford, 1800. Reprinted from a 
newspaper called the ''Shamrog," pub- 
lished at Waterford. 

Fidget, Ferdinando. Alexander 
Chalmers. Lamentable decrease of rude- 
ness, '* Gent. Mag.,'* January, 1802, p. 26. 

Field Officer, A. Ross Lewin. The 
life of a soldier : a narrative of twenty- 
seven years' service in various parts of 
the world ... L. 1834. 

Field Officer of Cavalry, A. Sir 
Digby Mackworth. Diary of a tour 
through Southern India, Egypt, and Pal- 
estine, in the years 1821 and 1822. L. 1823. 

Fielding, Fanny. Miss Mary J. 8. 
Upshur, who, under this signature, has 
written for nearly every literary journal 
of the South, prose and poetiy, from the 
" Southern Literary Messenger "' to the 
" Richmond Pastime." 

Fieldmouse, Timon. William Brighty 
Rands. The chain of lilies; and other 
poems. L. 1867. 

Fifeshire Forester. John Bethune. 
Practical economy explained and en- 
forced in a series of lectures by the 
brothers Alexander and John Bethune. 
Edmb. 1800. 

On the title-page John Betbnne designated 
hlmeelf a " Flfeanire Foreater." Under the same 
title be contributed poema to tbe "Scottish 
Cbriatlan Herald." 

Figaro. Henry Clapp, Jr., in his con- 
tributions to various periodicals. 

Figaro. Mariano Jos€ de Larva. 
Obras completaa de Figaro. Paris, 1848. 




FUla EcclesifiB. Sarah Anne {MU) 
Dorsey, Agnes Graham. P. 1869. 

Filter, UrbanuB. Under this name 
Benjamin Mecom, a nephew of Franklin, 
published the " New England Magazine " 
(B. 1768). 

Only three or four nnmbere were iaiaed. 

Fln-Bec. William Blanchard Jer- 
void. The Epicure's Year-book. L. 

Finnegan, Terry. Jam/e» McCarrolL 
Letters of ... to the Hon. T. D. McGee. 
Toronto, 1864. 

First Cltlzeii,*Tlie. CharUs Carroll, 
His signature in his newspaper contro- 
Yersj with Daniel Dulany in pre-Revolu- 
tionary times. 

First Class Man of Balliol Col- 
lege, Oxford, A. Thomas Nash, The 
Medea of Euripides . . . literally trans- 
lated . . . Oxf. 1860. 

First Politician in the World, The. 
Samuel Adams^ in a letter of Josiah 
Quincy, Jr., 1775, from London. 

First of the Knickerbockers, The. 
P. Hamilton Myers. The First of the 
Ejiickerbockers. N.Y. 1848. 

Fisher, Pay. William Andrew Chatto, 
The angler's souvenir. L. 1836, 1877. 

Fisher in Small Streams, A: Wil- 
liam Linn Brown. Scribblings and 
sketches, diplomatic, piscatory, and 
oceanic. P. 1844. 

Fisherman, A. George Rooper. The 
autobiography of the late Salmo Salar, 
Esq Edited ... L. 1867. 

Fltzadam, Ismael. John Macken. 
The harp of the desert ... By . . . 
formerly able seaman on board the 
frigate. L. 1818. 

FitzbaU, Edward. Edward Ball. 
Plays. N.Y. 1867. 

Fitzboodle, George. William Make- 
peace Thackeray^ who, mider this peeu- 
donym, contributed to "Eraser's Maga- 
zine " in 1842-44, " Confessions '* ; " Pro- 
f essions *' ; and " Men's Wives." 

Fitz-Boodle, George Savage, Esq. 
William Afakepeace Thackeray. Barme- 
cide banquets with Joseph Bregion and 
Anne Miller, in "Eraser's Magazine," 
November, 1846. 

Fltz Enstace, Father, a Mendicant 
Friar. W. Fraser (?). Essays. L. 

Fltz Eustace, Randolph. W. Fra- 
ser (?). The brides of Florence: a 
play ... L. 1824. 

Fitzglbbons, Patrick. John W. 
McDonnell, in his contributions to the 
"Daily News "(N.Y. ). 

Fitz-Hardlng. Dr. James Hook, in 

the London "John Bull/' who, during 
his brother's charge of this journal, wrote 
a series of letters to various statesmen, 
under this signature. 

Fitzhugh, Francis. Francis Alexan- 
der Mackay. The curse of Schamyl ; and 
other poems. Edinb. 1867. 

Fitzjereey, Horace. Rev. Theodore 
William Alois Buckley, editor of a large 
number of books for the London book- 

Fitznoodle, Francis. B. B, ValUn- 
tine, in his contributions to "Puck" 

Fitzosborne, Sir Thomas. William 
Melmoth, Jr. Letters on several sub- 
jects, by . . . L. 1742. 

Fitzvictor, John. Percy Bysshe 
Shelley. Posthumous fragments of Mar- 
garet Nicholson. Oxf. 1810. 

Fitzivorm, Reginald. John Boyle, 
Earl of Cork and Orrery. — See " G. K." 

FlaccuB. John Waters. 

Flaccus. Thomas Ward, Passaic: a 
group of poems touching that river; 
with other musings . . . N.Y. 1842. 

Flag Officer, A. Bear-Admiral 
Hawker. Letter to His Grace, the Duke 
of Wellington, upon the state of the 
English navy ... L. 1840. 

Flag Officer, A. Vice-Admiral Sir 
Charles Vinicombe Penrose. Remarks on 
the conduct of the naval administration 
of Great Britain since 1816. Bj . . . L. 

Flag Officer of Her Majesty's Fleet,. 
A. Admiral Sir Charles Napier. The 
navy ... L. 1838. 

Flagellum. Samuel William Henry 
Ireland. All the blocks ! or, an antidote 
to " All the Talents "... L. 1807. 

Flambeau. Floyd Vail, in his contri- 
butions to the "Mail and Express "^ 

Flanenr. Park Benjamin. 

Flaneur. Col, Charles G. Greene, in 
his contributions to the "Post" (Bos- 

Flaneur. Blakely Hall, in his contri- 
butions to the "Argonaut" (San Fran- 
cisco, Cal.), etc. 

Flaneur. Kenward Philip, in the 
"Brooklyn Eagle." 

Flaneur. General Eber. Ten years 
of Imperialism in France: impressions 
of a " Flaneur." 1862. — See " Flaneur, 

Flaneur, The. Edmund Hodgson 
Yates. Letters in the " Morning Star ** 
(L. 1867). Also in his contributions to 
Tinsley's Magazine" (L.). 

Flaneur, Un. George William Henry 





Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon. Diz ans 
d'imp^rialisme en France . . . Paris, 

Thiiwork fint appeared In Engllah; It waa 
corrected by tbe secretary of Lord Clwandon, 
the Hunganan Oeneral Eber, and waa tranalated 
by M. Bernard Derome. 

Flaaaan, Maurice. Mme, Marie Paul- 
in€ R^e (Stewart) Blaze de Bury, in the 
" BeTue de Paris " and the " Bevue des 
Deux Mondes." 

Flather, John. John Flaiher Arch' 
bold. The law and practice in bank- 
ruptcy ... L. 1842. 

Fleetwood, Everard, Esq. Samuel 
Burroughs, Esq, An enquiry into the 
customary-estates and tenant-rights of 
those who hold lands of Church and other 
foundations ... L. 1780. 

Fleming, Greorse. Miss Julia Con' 
stance Fletcher. The head of Medusa. 
B. 1880. 

Flemming, BUurford. Mrs. Harriet 
(Hare) Mc Clellan. Cupid and the Sphinx. 
N.Y. 1878. 

Fleta. Miss Kate W, Hamilton (?). 
The brave heart ... P. 1868. 

Fllmnap, the liillipatian Premier. 
Sir Robert Walpole, 

In Swtft't *• Vovage to LIHiput," " Sir Robert 
Walpole ralfered in the person of ' Flimnap, the 
Lilliputian Premier/ Toriea and \Vbiff> in the 
* High-Heels and Low-Heelt,' Catholics and 
Protestants in the ' Big-endians and 8mall-endi- 
ans.' *' — See Tuckkiucak's ** History of Eng- 
lish Prose FicUon," p. 174. 

Flirt, A. Lady Charlotte Maria 
(Campbell) Bury. The history of a 
flirt, related by herself. L. 1840. 

Florence. Mrs. FYances Sargent ( Locke ) 
Osgood^ in early life a contributor to the 
"Juvenile Miscellany" under this signa- 

Florence. Miss Florence Tyng, in 
sketches, etc., contributed to various pe- 

Florl, C. de. Mrs, Floride Clemson 
Lea. Poet skies, and other experiments 
in Tcrsiflcation. N.Y. 186-. 

Florida, Aunt. Phebe Travers, 

Florida, Charles. Dr. J, B. F. 

Florlo. James Gordon Brooks, who 
was for some time a contributor to peri- 
odicals under this signature. 

Florlo. Dr. Wiuiam (?) King, An 
epistle [in yerse] to ... at Oxford. L. 
1740; reprinted in the "Retrospec- 
tire Review/' 1836. By Thomas Tyr- 

Florrle, Cousin. Florence Bliss (?). 
Christ or the world 1 which 1 . . . Bait. 

Floras, Jullua. William Pitt, 

Before reporters were authorized to publish 
tbe proceedings of Parliament, Mr. Pitt was 
reported as '* Julias Floras." Mr. Fox as 
"CnoDDB Fnivius," tbe Earl of Wincbelsea as 
'< Cains Clandius Nero," and the Sari of Bath aa 
" Marcos Cato." 

Flower of Stratheam, The. Lady 
Carolina Oliphant Nairn, 

FluylatuUs piscator. Bev, Joseph 
Seccombe. Business and diversion inof- 
fensive to God, and necessary for the 
comfort and support of human society 
... B. 1748. 

Fly-flsher, A. Rev. W. Cartwright. 
Rambles and recollections of . . . L. 

Foa, Mme. Eugenie. Mme. Eugenie 
Rebecca (Rodrigues) Gradis. Le petit 
Robinson de Paris. Paris, 1840. 

Foe to Ignorance, A. Henry Mudge, 
A letter to the ratepayers of Bodmin 
on the use to be made of the (old) poor- 
house . . . 1840. 

Fogle, Francis, Sen., Esq. Creorge 
Payson. Romance of California; or, 
golden dreams and leaden realities, N.Y. 

Folio, Felix. John Page. 

Folio, Tom. Joseph E. Babson, who 
wrote frequent book-notices for the Bos- 
ton " Transcript " under the signature of 
" Tom Folio." 

Folio, Tom. Thomas Rawlinson, ** for 
whom Mr. Addison is said to have in- 
tended his character of ' Tom Folio/ in 
the 'Tatler,' No. 168." — See "Chal- 
mers," Vol. 26. 

Follower of liocke, A. Benjamin 
Humphrey Smart. A letter to Dr. Whate* 
ley . . . L. 1861. 

Foote, S., Junior. Rev. Francis 
Wrangham. Reform: a farce, mod- 
ernized from Aristophanes ... L. 

Forbes, Glacier. James David Forbes, 
author of several works on the glaciers 
of the Alps. 

Foreigner, A. * Robert S. Sturgis. A 
F.'s evidence on the Chinese question. 
L. 1869. 

Foreigner, A. George Watterston. 
Letters from Washington on the con- 
stitution and laws; with sketches of 
prominent characters . . . Wash., D.C., 

Foremast Man, A. Edward Hamp- 
den Rose, author of several pieces which 
have appeared in the newspapers under 
this signature. 

Forest Warbler. M, R, McCormick. 
The duke's chase ; or, the diamond ring 
vs, the gold ring . . . Cin. 1871. 





Forester, Frank. Henry WiUiam 
Herbert. Frank Forester's sporting 
Bcenes and characters. F. 18-. 

Forester, Sherwood. Spencer T, 
Hall, The Forester's Offering. L. 

Forestier, Paul. Josepkus Albertue 
Alberdingh-Thym, a Dntch writer. 

Forfarlan, A. W, Gray. The mar- 
tyred queen . . . Forfar, 1858. 

Forfex. Alonxo G. Shears, of New 
HaTen (Ct.), in his contrihutions to va- 
rious periodicals. 

The pseudonym is probably iDtonded for the 
Latin equivalent of shears. 

Forlorn Hope. Mrs. Matilda A. 
Bailey, a regular contributor to the 
**New Orleans Times." "A series of 
sketches [of hers] entitled ' Heart his 
tories/ by . . . have been very popular. 
She has also written comic articles under 
the name of " Sam Wajfgle." 

Former Curate of Hunslet, A. Rev. 
James Akroyd Beaumont, M.A. Poems : 
chiefly relating to children . . . Leeds, 

Former Besident of Slave States, 
A. Mrs. L. J. Barker. Influence of 
slavery on the white population. N.Y. 

Former Resident of the South, A 
Darius Lyman, Jr. Leaven for Dough- 
faces; or, three score and ten parables 
touching slavery . . . Cin. 1850. 

Forrest, George, Esq., MA. Rev. 
John George Wood. An account of the 
history and antiquities of St. Leonard's, 
Edinburgh : its chapel and hospitaL 
Edinb. 1865. 

Forrest, Mary. Julia Deane Freeman, 
The women of the South, N.Y. 1860 ; also 
in her contributions to the "Brooklyn 
Times" (N.Y.). 

Forrest, Neil. Mrs. Cornelia Floyd. 
Fiddling Freddy. N.Y. 1871. 

Forrester, Fanny. Mrs. Emily C. 
( Chubbuck) Judson. Trippings in Author- 
land; and many other works. 

She complained to N. P. Willis of the meagre 
remuneration she received for her literary pro- 
ductions, and the poet replied : — 

'• How can you expect any thins better? Your 
genius is not of a kind to affiliate with vour 
name. Who will road a poem signed 'Chub- 
buclc'? Sign yourself 'Funny Forroaler,' and 
you will see the chnnee." 

Miss Chubbuck adopted the above pseudonym 

Forrester, Francis, Esq. Daniel 
Wise. Glen Morris stories. N.Y. 1874. 

Forrester, Gilbert. Mr. Henry 
Braddon, who contributed to the old 
"Sporting Magazine,*' under this nom 

de plume, and " A Member of the Bur- 
ton Hunt.'* 

Forrestier, Auber. Miss Annie Au- 
bertine Woodward. Echoes from Mist- 
Und . . . Chic. 1877. 

Forreyner, A. John Dayman. Let- 
ter by ... in Blundell's school. Tiver- 
ton, 1819. 

Forsch, Hermami. Heinrieh Albert 
Oppermann. Studentenbiider ; oder, 
Deutschlands Arminen und Germanen. 

Fortlth, Nat. Frank Stainforth, 
Eyerybody's Christmas Annual. Hell 
upon earth ... L. 1878. 

Fortunlo, Paalln M. Jean Alexan- 
dre Paulin Niboyet. I^ Dame de Spa . . . 
Paris, 1874. 

Foster, Frank. Daniel Puseley. The 
Belgian yolunteer's risit to England in 
1867 . . . L. 1867. 

Fountain, Lucy. Kate Hilliard. 

Four of Us. Henry James Finn, 
James W. Miller, Moses Whitney, Jr., 
and Oliver C. Wyman. Whim-Whams. 
B. 1828. The work is illustrated by 
Finn, and published by Peter Parley 
{q.v.). The title-page bears the follow- 
ing lines : — 

** So prolyflcke is onre penne 
Ye*ll thinke therre be a score of as; 
But, on ye wordes of Gentllmenne, 
Therre be onely Foar of Us. 

We'll make ye smyle, or make ye sigbe, 
Thenne what can ye want more of us; 
Ye can't doe better than toe bnye 
This lltteU Boke, by Fonr of Us.*' 

Fox, The. Charles James Fox. The 
book of the wars of Westminster : from 
the fall of the Fox, at the close of 1783, 
to the 20th day of the third month, 1784 
... L. 1800. By *' Nergalsharesemebo- 
rabmagshamgar " [pseud.). 

Foxcar, Nicias. Rev. Francis Jacox. 
Shakespeare diyersions ; a medley of 
motley wear. L. 1876. 

Foxhunter Rough and Beady, The. 
Paul Ourry Treby, Esq. "He was for 
many years a contributor to the old 
'Sporting Magazine,' under the name 
of * The Foxhunter Rough and Ready.' " 

Foxton, E. Miss Sarah Hammond 
Palfrey. Herman; or, young knight- 
hood ... B. 1866. 

Fr — . — Franklin, Grammar Master 
at Hertford. —See Lamb's "Elia," 
" Christ's hospital." 

Frame, Robert. Sir James Denham 
Stewart. Considerations on the interests 
of the county of Lanark. L. 1769. 

Frampton, Joslah. William Gilpin. 
Three dialogues on the amusements of 
clergymen. L. 1796. 




France, A. de. Ernest Alby, La cap- 
tiTiU du trompette eBCoffier. Paris, 1848. 

Frances. Afrs. Elizabeth Griffith. 
The letters of Henry and Frances. 176-. 

Written in conjunction with ber husband, 
Richard Griffith, and said to contain the genuine 
correspondence between them. Their next pub- 
Ueation, written also in conjunction, was ** Two 
novels, in letters," 4 vols. ; the first and second 
entitled ** Delicate Distress," by *< Frances," the 
third and fonrth entitled the *' Gordian knot," 
by "Henry." 1769, 

Btanceaca. Miss Francesco Alexan- 
der, The story of Ida, edited with pref- 
ace by John Ruskin, D.C.L. B. 1883. 

*' Let it be noted with thankful reverence that 
this is the story of a Catholic girl by a Protestant 
one, yet the two of them so united in the truth 
of Uie Christian faith and in the joy of its love, 
that they are absolutely unconscious of any dif- 
ference in the forms or letter of their religion." 


Franchl, Aosonio. Cristoforo Bona' 
vino. Saggi di critica e polemlba. 1871. 

Francto, Virginia. Virginia Francis 
Bateman. A nom de theatre. 

FrancOy Harry. Charles F. Briggs. 
The adventares of Harry Franco : a tale. 
N.Y. 1839. 

** Harry Franco . . . 
He has common sense in a way that's uncommon, 
Hates humbug and cant, and loves like a woman. 
Builds his dislikes with cards and his friendships 
of oak." 

Frank, Parson. Rev. Francis Jacox, 
in " People's " and " Hewitt's Magazines." 

Frank, Uncle. Francis Channing 
Woodworth. Uncle Frank's pleasant 
padres for the fireside. L. 1857. 

Franke, F. F. Ferdinand Hauthal. 
Gebete, Lieder und Gedichte ; von . . . 
Leipzig, 1838. 

Franklin. William Foster, in the 
"Boston Courier," "Transcript," and 
other papers. 

Franz, Arnold. Dr, Francis Lieber, 
Wein und Wonnelieder. Berlin, 1826. 

Frater. William George. — See 
"Member of the Worcester Anglers' 
Society, A." 

Frater. Francis Lister Sawks. .Qual- 
ifications of lay delegates. N.Y. about 

Frazer, Liawrence. Lawrence Frazer 

Fredalr, Anna. Miss Walker^ of Tus- 
caloosa. Minor Place. N.Y. 1869. 

Fr6cl6ric, M. Fr€dM: Dupetit-Mir^. 
Le fils banni : melodrame. Paris, 1816. 

Fr6dol. Horace B€n€dict Alfred 
Moquin-Tandon. Le monde de la mer. 
Paris, 1868. 

Fredrlka.^ Miss H, F. D. Lyon. 

Free, Hcuny B. Harry Free BoynUm, 
in the « Turf, Field, and Farm." 

Free Church Elder, A. Williamr 
Mitchell. National homage to Christ not 
disestablishment . . . Glasgow, 1876. 

Free Church Minister, A. Rev. 
David C. A. Agnew. An eye upon the 
Scottish Established Church . . . Edinb. 

Free Churchman, A. Rev. Andrew 
Gray. Dr. Struthers on the f^e Church. 
Perth, 1846. 

Free Inquirer, A. Peter Annet. A 
collection of tracts of a certain . . . 
noted for his sufferings for his opinions. 
L. 1739. 

Free liance. J. T. Denny, in his con- 
tributions to various English periodicals. 

Free Lance. Alexander Richardson.. 
The future Church of Scotland . . . 
By . . . sometime President of the Uni- 
yersity Dialectic Society. Edinb. and L. 

Free Man, A. William Joseph Snel'- 
ling. Brief and impartial history of the 
life and actions of Andrew Jackson. 
By . . . B. 1831. 

Free Merchant in Bengal, A. Capt.. 
Joseph Price, Five letters ... to War* 
ren Hastings ... L. 1777. 

Free-soUer from the Start. John 
Gorham Palfrey. Remarks on the pro- 
posed State constitution. B. 1863. 

Free Thinker, A. John Armstrong,, 
M.D. Conjectures upon the mortality 
of the human soul ... L. 1778. 

Free Thinker, A. Rev. A. B, Crocker, 
Random sketches upon witches, dreams, 
love, and romance . . . Albany, N.Y.,. 
about 1865. 

Free-Thinker and a Christian, A. 
John Mawer. A layman's faith . . . 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1732. 

Freeholder, A. Henry Boase. A 
brief exposition of the agricultural ques- 
tion ... L. 1823. 

Freeholder, A. William Pulteney, 
Earl of Bath. An humble address to the 
knights, citizens, and burgesses elected 
to represent the Commons of Great 
Britain in the ensuing Parliament L. 

Freeholder, A. John Erskine, Re- 
flections on the rise, progress, and prob- 
able consequences of the present conten- 
tions with the colonies. Edinb. 1770. 

Freeholder and Landholder of 
Scotland, A. John Campbell Colquhoun. 
The constitutional principles of parlia- 
mentary reform. Edinb. 1831. 

Freeholder, An Independents 
Thomas ThirlwaU. A calm . . . address 
to Sir Eranda Burdett, Bart. ... L. 





Freeholder, A Torksliire. Samuel 
Bailey, A discussion of parliamentary 
reform. L. 18S1. 

Freeholder of Surrey, A. John 
Home Tooket in the London " Public Ad- 
vertiser/' 1769. 

Freeman. William Henry Drayton. 

He iMoed, under this signature, on the eve of 
the meeting of the Continental Congreee, in 1774, 
a pamphlet in which he marked out the course 
to be purBued, and submitted a ** bill of Ameri- 
oan rights." This publication coat him his 
place ki the colonial Judiciary, hut made him 
president of the Provincial Congress, and soon 
after chief justice of the colony of South Caro> 

Freeman. William Henry Draif- 
fon, Chriatopher Gadsden, John Mackenzie, 
and others, A letter from ... of South 
Carolina to the deputies of North-Amer- 
ica .. . Charles Town, 8.C., 1784. 

Freeman, A. Qeorge Allen, Address 
to the freemen of Massachusetts. Wor- 
cester, 1832. 

Freeman, A. Jean Joseph Louis 
Blanc. French correspondence, in the 
London " Spectator," 1867. 

B^reeman, A. Jacob Bailey Moore. 
The principles and acts of Mr. Adams' 
administration vindicated . . . Concord, 
N.H. 1828. 

Freeman of Masaachuaetts, A 
John Daggett. Remarks . . . concerning 
the location of the Boston and ProTi- 
dence K.K. through the hurying ground 
in East Attleborough ... B. 1^34. 

Freeman, Jonathan. Morris Birk- 
beck, the signature under which he con- 
tributed articles, in 1823, to the " Illinois 
Gazette" and the "Shawnectown Ga- 
zette " in opposition to the establishment 
of slavery. 

Freeman, O. S. Edward Coit Sogers. 
Letters on slavery. B. 1865. 

Freeman, Theophllua. William 
Matthews. A general epistle of broth- 
erly admonition and counsel to the people 
called Quakers ... L. 1803. 

French Clergjrman, A. Bev. Stephen 
Theodore Badin. The real principles of 
the Koman Catholics in reference to God 
and the country . . . Bardstown, Ey., 1805. 

French Detective. M. Canler. Auto- 
biography of . . . from 1818 to 1858 . . . 
L. 1862. 

French Detective, A. William Btis- 
sell. The experiences of . . . By 
« Waters." N.Y. 1864. 

French Politician, The. Edmond 
Scherer, one of the editors of the Paris 
"Temps," and a senator, whose letters in 
the London "Daily News" (1877-78) 
gave a striking picture of the situation 
in France. 

French Traveller, A. Louis Simond, 
Journal of a tour and residence in Great 
Britain during the years 1810 and 1811 
by . . . Edinb. 1815. 

Frenchman, Jack. Jonathan Sicijt, 
DJ). J. F.'s lamentation. An excellent 
song. 1708. 

Ftere, Alice M. Mrs. Godfrey Clerk, 

Friar, The. Phanuel Bacons D.D., 
who was the author of " The Snipe," one 
of the best ballads in the English lan- 
guage, and foimded on a fact; for 
the " Friar " denoted the author himself, 
and "Peter" his fellow collegian, Peter 
Zinzan, M,D, This ballad and " A Song 
of Similies," by Dr. Bacon, are preserved 
in the "Oxford Sausage." 

Fribble, T. Jonathan Swift, D.D. 
Tittle-tattle, etc [Consisting of extracts 
from Swift's "Polite Conversation."] 
1749. • 

Frlbbleton, Ex-Barber. Asa Greene. 
The travels of ... in America. N.Y. 1835. 

FridoUn, le Major. A. de Valhezene. 
La retraite des dix mille, etc., in the 
" Revue des Deux Mondes." Paris, 1851. 

Friend, A [or Quaker]. Elias Bock- 
ett. Aminadab's courtship; or, the 
Quaker's wedding: a poem ... L. 1717. 

Friend, A. Miss Mary Elizabeth Lee, 
who, under this modest signature, con- 
tributed her earliest productions to the 
" Southern Rose," Charleston, S.C. 

Friend, A. Capt. J. A. Gilbert. The 
change ; or, a memoir of Lieut.-Col. Hol- 
combe, C.B. L. 1847. 

Friend, A. Dr. William Kenrick. A 
defence of Mr. Kenrick's review of Dr. 
Johnson's " Shakespeare "... L. 1766. 

Friend, A. John Oldmixon. A de- 
fence of Mr. Maccartney. L. 1712. 

Friend, A. Sir Bichard Hill. Five 
letters to the Rev. Mr. F— r [Fletcher] 
relative to his vindication of the minutes 
of the Rev. Mr. John Wesley ... L. 

Friend, A. Thomas Linning, A letter 
... to Mr. John Mackmillan . . . n.p., 
n.d. but 1708. 

Friend, A. Bobert Lundin Brown. A 
letter to tiie Moderate Brethren. Edinb., 
n.p. but 1842. 

Friend, A. Giovanni Domenico Buf- 
Jinx. Lorenzo Benoni . . . Edinb. 185>3. 

Friend, A. Zachary Grey, LL.D. A 
word or two of advice to William War- 
burton, a dealer in many words ; by . . . 
L. 1746. 

Friend, A. Luke Howard, F.B.S. 
The Yorkshireman : a religious and lit- 
erary Journal. By . . . Pontefract, L., 
Leeds, and York, 1883-87. 




Friend in the Ci^, A. George Mel- 
-dntm. A letter ... to a member of 
Parliament anent patronages. Edinb. 

Friend In the Country, A. Reu. 
John Erskine. Meditations and letters 
of a pious youth . . . Edinb. 1740. 

Friend in the Country, A. William 
Gibson. A second letter from ... to his 
friend in London [Elias Beckett]. L. 

Friend of his A^, A. Mr. Dawson. 
A humble tribute to the memory of Mr. 
Abram Rumnej . . . Alnwick, 1704. 

Friend of Industry, A. — Dearborn^ 
who, in 1784, under this signature, pub- 
lished in the " New Hampshire Gazette " 
an article suggesting the employment of 
convicts in prisons, a plan soon after 
generally adopted. 

Friend of Mr. St[ee]Ie. Jonathan 
Swift, D.D. The importance of the 
Guardian considered ... L. 1713. 

Friend of Rellgioas Liberty, A. 
William Paletf, Arch-deacon of Carlisle. 
A defence of the considerations on the 
propriety of requiring a subscription to 
articles of faith ... L. 1774. 

Friend of Seamen, A. William Allen, 
D.D. Accounts of shipwreck and of 
other disasters ac sea . . . Compiled . . . 
Brunswick, Me., 1823. 

Friend of the Author, A. John Bar- 
low Seale. An elegy on a family tomb 
[by J. J. Brundish] translated into Ital- 
ian verse. Camb. 1783. 

Friend of the Author, A. Jonathan 
Swift, D.D. Mr. C— ns's [CoUins's] dis- 
course of free-thinking put into plain 
English, by way of abstract, for the use 
of the poor ... L. 1713. 

Friend of the Family, A. William 
Aiprton. The adventures of a salmon in 
the River Dee. By . . . L. 1863. 

Friend of the Negro, A. Wilson 
Armistead. The garland of freedom : a 
•collection of poems, chiefly anti-slavery. 
Selected ... L. 1863. 

Friend of the People, A. Richard 
Ronaldson, Banks and a paper currency. 
P. 1867. 

Friend of the People, A. Reo. Wil- 
liam Chalmers^ AM. The Church ques- 
Uon. Ayr, 1843. 

Friend of the People, A. Miss Sarah 
Jane Min/ne. Jane Rut!ierford; or, the 
miners' strike ... L. 1854. 

Friend of the People, A. Rev, Qtorge 
Tod, Letter to James Moncrieff, Esq. 
. . . Edinb. 1820. 

Friend of the People, A Sincere. 
Maurice Lothian, The expediency of a 

secure provision for the ministers of the 
Gospel . . . Edinb. 1834. 

Friend of the Road, A. Elizur 
Wright. The Northern Pacific Railroad, 
by . . . B. 1874. 

Friend of the Secession, A. Mr, 
Boston, of Falkirk. An antidote against 
a new heresy . . . Dundee, 1779. 

Friend of the South. M, Pratt (?). 
In answer to "Remarks on Channing's 
'Slavery.'" B.1836. 

Friend of Truth, A. John Cleave- 
land. The Chebacco narrative rescu'd 
from the charge of falshood and par- 
tiality ... B. 1738. 

Friend of Truth, A. George Scott, 
A concise illustration of the doctrine of 
justification by faith . . . Edinb. 1832. 

Friend of Truth and Peace, A. 
William Walton. The true interests of 
the European powers and the Emperor 
of Brazil ... L. 1829. 

Friend of Truth and Sound Pol- 
icy, A Henri/ M. Brackenridge. Stric- 
tures on a voyage to South America . . . 
Bait. 1820. 

Friend of Youth, A. Mary Clark, 
Conversations on the history of Massa- 
chusetts from its first settlement to the 
present period. By . . . B. 1831. 

Friend of Youth, A. Samuel Wil- 
lard, I).D. The Franklin family primer 
. . . B. 1811. 

Friend of Youth and Children, A. 
Frederick White Erans. Brief and moral 
instructions for the young . . . Worces- 
ter, Mass., 1868. 

Friend to Accuracy, A. Thomas 
Bland, during many years a contributor 
to the " Grent. Mag." under this and other 

Friend to American Enterprise, A. 
George W. Simmons. Oak Hall pictorial 
... B. 1854. 

Friend to Both, A. Thomas Bawdier. 
Liberty, civil and religious ... L. 

Friend to Britain, A. Dr. Chamber- 
layn. The great advantages to both 
kingdoms of Scotland and England by 
an union, n.p. 1702. 

Friend to Candour and Truth, A. 
Stephen Jones, Hypercriticism exposed . . . 
L. 1812. 

Friend to Civil and Religious Lib- 
erty, A. Henry Peckwell, D.D. The 
account of an appeal from a sunmiary 
conviction on the statute 22 Car. ii., c. i., 
to the Hon. C — ^rt of E. B. . . . L. n.d. 

Friend to Education and Moral 
Improvement of the Labouring 
Poor, A. Thomas Pole, M.D, On the 




irrsverent use of the sacred names. 
By . . . Bristol, about 1823. 

Friend to Smancipatloii, A. John 
Glutton. The Emancipation Bill exam- 
ined. Hereford, 1825. 

Friend to hla Country, A. Robert 
Frtnch. Tlie constitution of Ireland . . . 
Dublin, 1770. 

Friend to Liberty and Property, A. 
^et;. John Lewis, Advice to posterity 
concerning a point of the last impor- 
tance. Written ... L. 1755. 

Friend to Peace and Good Order, 
A. Harrison Gray. A few remarks 
upon some of the YOtes and resolutions 
of the Continental Congress . . . n.p., 
probably F. 1775. 

Friend to BeUgious Liberty, A. 
Bev. John Palmer. Free remarks on a 
sermon entitled ** The requisition of sub- 
scription to the 39 articles and liturgy 
of the Church of England not inconsis- 
tent with Christian liberty" ... L. 

Friend to the Church of Englsmd, 
A. Francis Maseres. The moderate re- 
former ... L. 1791. 

Friend to the Churches, A. Increase 
Mather. A plea for the ministers of the 
Gospel ... B. 1706. 

Friend to the Established Church, 
A. JReu. Frederick Toll. A plain and 
proper answer to this question: "Why 
does not the Bishop of Clogher, suppos- 
ing him to be the author of the ' Essay 
on Spirit,' resign his preferments "... 

Friend to the GoTemment, A. Rev. 
W, Webster. The draper confuted . . . 
L. 1740. 

Friend to the Liberty of his Coun- 
try, A. Benjamin Gkurch, M.D, — See 
"Elizaphr.n of Pamach." 

Friend to the Natural and Relig- 
ious Rights of Mankind, A. Rev. 
WiUiam Graham, of Whitehaven. An 
attempt to prove that every species of 
patronage is foreign to the nature of the 
Church . . . Edinb. 1768. 

Friend to the Peace of the Church 
of Scotland, A. George M*Lelland. An 
enquiry adapted to the present crisis . . . 
Edinb. 1842. 

Friend to the Sex, A. — Adams. 
Woman : sketches of the history, genius 
. . . of the fair sex in all parts of the 
world ... L. 1790. 

Friend to the Sisterhood, A. WH- 
Ham Hayley. A philosophical, histori- 
cal, and moral essay on old maids. By 
. . . li. 1785. 

Friend to the South, A. Miss Belle 


' Bardinge. Belle Boyd, in camp and 
prison. L. 1865. 

Friend to the West India Coloniea 
and their Inhabitants, A. Jamts 
Tobin. Cursory remarks upon the Rev- 
erend Mr. Ramsay's essay on the treat- 
ment and conversion of African slaves 
in the sugar colonies. L. 1785. 

Friend to True Liberty, A. Edmund 
Rack. England's true interest in the 
choice of a new Parliament briefly con- 
sidered ... L. 1774. 

Friend to Truth, A. Tyler Parsons. 
Candid enquiries . . . relative to the difl> 
culties which existed in the town of Man- 
Chester, Mass. . . . n.p. about 1820. 

Friend to Youth, A. Miss Sarah 
Hoare. A poem on the pleasures and 
advantages of botanical pursuits, with 
notes ; and other poems. By . . . Bris- 
tol, n.d. 

Friend, A Mutual. Mrs. George 
Grote (?). The case of the poor against 
the rich. L. 1850. 

Friendly, Aunt. Mrs. Sarah S. 
( Tuthill) Baker. Meggie of " The Pines. 
N.Y. 18-. 

Frog, Nicholas. The Netherlands. 

— See " Strutt, Lord." 

Frohberg, Paul. Friedrich Adami^ 
Dramatische Genrebilder aus der vater- 
lilndischen Geschichte. 1870. 

Froissart, Jean. Alphonse Daudet, 
who has contributed to a large number 
of journals, and notably to the ** Monde 
Illustr^ " and to the ** Figaro," where his 
"Chroniques rim^es," signed "Jean 
Eroissart," have been much noticed. 

Frost, S. Annie. Mrs. 8. A. Shields. 

Fru, F. Emilie ( Schmidt Flygare Dating 
CarUn. Valdemar Klein. 1838. 

Fuller, Violet. Mrs. Eleanor Fuller- 
ton. In 1871 she published a volume of 
her poems through Sampson Low & Son, 

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Norwich, 1780. 

dtentleman of Croydon, A. T. Read. 
The British harmonist. Croydon, 1795. 

Gentleman of Foreign Extraction, 
A. Jacob Duch€. Observations on a va- 
riety of subjects, literary, moral, and 
religious ; in a series of original letters, 
written by . . . who resided some time in 
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Gentleman of Gloucestershire, A. 
Charles Shuckburgh. Antiochus: a new 
tragedy. L. 1740. 

Gentleman of Gray's Inn, A. J. 
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Gentleman of Halifax. John Parr. 
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Gentleman of Lincoln's Inn, A D. 
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Gentleman of Ltincoln's-Inn, A. 
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Cientleman of Uncoln's Inn, A 
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W. Warborton occasioned by some pas- 
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Gentleman of Maryland, A. Hugh 
Henry Brackenridge. The battle of Bun- 
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Aieribed also to John Bark. 

Gentleman of Massachusetts, A. 
Gamaliel Bradford. The Writer : a series 
of original essays, moral and amusing. 
By . . . B. 1822. 

Gentleman of Middlesex, A. James 
Johnston. More essays of panegyricks . . . 
L. 1731. 

Gentleman of "Sew York, A Wil- 
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Thomas Campbell . . . Bait. 1811. 

Gentleman of one of the Inns of 
Court, A. William Dodd, LL.D. A 
new book of the Dunciad. By . . . L. 

Gentleman of Oxford, A. George 
Smith Green. A new version of "Para- 
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Gentleman of Phlladelpliia, A. 
Benjamin Franklin French. Biograpliia 
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Gentleman of Portsmouth, N.H., 
A. Jonathan Mitchell Seuxill. A versifi- 
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lent farewell address to the citizens of 
the United States. By . . . Portsmoutli, 
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Gentleman of Seventeen, A Young. 
Ambrose Pitman. Eugenio ; or, the man 
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Gentleman of South Carolina, A. 
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Gentleman of Suflblk, A. — S/- 
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Gentleman of the Bar, A. /. Daniel 
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Gentleman of the Commission, A. 
Ralph Heathcote, D.D. Irenarch; or, 
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Gentleman of the Comndttee, A. 
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Grentleinaii of the Faculty, A. P. 
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Gentleman of the Force, A. ( Signed 
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Gentleman of the Inner Temple, A 
Robert Richardson. The attorney's prac- 
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John Campbell, The case of the opposi- 
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John Mattley. The history and survey of 
the cities oi London and Westminster . . . 
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Gentleman of the liaw, A. Rev, 
Andrew Moir. The indictment, trial, 
and sentence of Mess. T — s K — r, A — w 
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Grentleman of the Medical Fac- 
ulty, A. Edward Bancroft. An essay 
on the natural history of Guiana, in 
South America. L. 1769. 

Gentleman of the Middle Temple, 
A. James Ralph. A critical history of 
the administration of Sir Robert Wal- 
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Gentleman of the Middle Temple, 
A Robert Lucas (1). A critical review 
of the liberties of British subjects . . . 
L. 1750. 

Gentleman of the Middle Temple, 
A. Counsellor King. The frequented 
village: a poem. By . . . L. 1771. 

Gentleman of the Middle Temple, 

A. — Pooley (?). A general abridge- 
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Also ascribed to B, Foley, Sir O, OUbert, 
and Matheto £acon. 

Gentleman of the Middle Temple, 
A. Timothy Cunningham, The mer- 
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general ... L. 1761. 

dtontleman of the Partle, A. Jonas 
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Thames ... L. 1756. 

Gentleman of the Province, A. 
Samuel Andrew Peters^ LL.D, A gen- 
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Grentteman of the Temple, A. John 
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Gentleman of the University of 
Cambridge, A. Owen Manning, — See 
" A.G.O.T.U.O.C." 

Gentleman of the University of 
Cambridge, A. Zachary Grey. A 
chronological and historical account of 
the most memorable earthquakes . . . 
Camb. 1750. 

Gentleman of the University of 
Cambridge, A. Richard Btdkeley. Let- 
ters to Dr. Clarke, concerning liberty 
and necessity. L. 1717. 

Gentleman of the University of 
Oxford, A. Sir Richard Hill, Bart. An 
address to persons of fashion, containing 
some particulars relating to balls . . . 
L. 1761. 

Gentleman of the University of 
Oxford, A- Percy Bysshe Shelley. St. 
Irvyne ; or, the Rosicrucian : a romance 
by . . . L. 1811. 

Gentleman of Trinity College, Cam- 
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Gentleman of Trinity College, Ox- 
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English poems. L. 1741. 

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Gentleman of Wadham College, 
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Gentleman of Wilkesbarre, A. 
Isaac A. Chapman. Sketch of the his- 
tory of Wyoming. By . . . Wilkes- 
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Gentleman on his Travels, A. Mrs. 
Sarah Scott. A description of Millenium 
Hall and the country adjacent, together 
with the characters of the inhabitants 
... L. 1762. 

** Millenium Hall " is the name given to the rural 




and elegADt nbodo of a happy society of ladies, | 
which the author profeMes to have met with in 
the weat of England. 

GenUeman resident in the Neigh- 
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obBeryatioDs on angling in the river 
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Gentleman residing in this City, A. 
Samuel Latham Mitchill, M.D. The pic- 
ture of New York . . . N.Y. 1807. 

Gentteman who has left his Lodg- 
ings, A. Lord John Russell. Essays and 
sketches of life and character. L. 1820. 

The preface (dedicated to Thomaa Moore, and 
omitted in the second edition) is signed '* Joseph 
Skillet, tbo lodging-bouse keeper,'' who is sap- 
posed to publish these letters to pay the rent due 
to him by hla absconded tenant 

Gentleman who has resided many 
years in Pennsylvania, A. William 
Smithf D.D. A brief state of the proT- 
ince of Pennsylvania ... L. 1755. 

Crentleman who is particularly ad- 
dressed in the Postscript of the Vin- 
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Fifteenth and Sixteenth Chapters of 
the Decline and Fall of the Roman 
Empire, The. Francis Eyre^ Esq. A 
short appeal to the publick. L. 1790. 

€>entleman, who resided five years 

on the Island, A. John Campbell. An 

exact and authentic account of the great- 

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L. 1750. 

Gentleman, who resided some time 
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Caspipina's letters . . . Bath, 1777. 

Cfentleman who "was an Officer 
under that general, A. James Biggs, 
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George Sthalberg. An history of the 
late revolution in Sweden . . . Edinb. 

Gentleman who was in the Town, 
A. John Michelbome. Ireland preserved ; 
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Gentleman, Wallcing, A. Thomas 
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Gentleman-Commoner of Oxford, 
A. Rev. Samuel Croxall. The fair Cir- 
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Gentleman Farmer, A. Henry 
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By ... of Northumberland . . . Newcas- 
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Geologist, A. Hugh Miller. Ram- 
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Geologist, A. William PengeUjf. 
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George, Farmer. George ///., of 


" It U well known that the King's apeech, on 
the opening of the aeaalon of 1770, apoke of the 
dlaenae among the homed cattle, instead of at^ 
tending to the violent agitation, and the more 
Important topics of the time. Hcnoe ha obtained 
the name of *' Farmer George.*' 

George, Uncle. Rev. Increase Niles 
Tarhox. Uncle George's stories. B. 

George, Amara. Afathilde {Binder) 
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George, Quiet. George Frederick 
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Gerard, Max. Charles de Courcy. 
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German E^arber, The. Julian E. 
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German Countess, A. Ida Maria 
Louisa Gustava, Grftflnn Hahn-Hahn. 
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German Nobleman, A. Francis 
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German Prince, A. Hermann Lud" 
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Gershom. Maj.-Gen. Julius Edmund 
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G^ertrude. Mrs. Jane Cross (Bell) 
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Gerundio, F^ay. Modesto Lafuente. 
Teatro social del siglo XIX. Madrid, 




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Ghoat of Vandegrab, The. Sir 
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Gift, Theo. Miss Dora Havers. A 
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GQbert. WUliam Stevens Robinson, 
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Gilderoy, Roland. Charles Rowley, 
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Gill, Andr6. Louis Alexandre Crosset 
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have rendered him celebrated, has pub- 
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remarkable articles. 

Gilman, Mrs. Maria. Charles Fran- 
<:is Barnard. Bach and Beethoven. B. 

Gilmore, Ernest. Mrs, Helen H, 

Giinel. Beu, Elisha Andrews, who 
contributed many articles to the Boston 
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Girard, Just. Just Jean JStienne Roy, 
Priest of Auvrigny . . . N.Y. 1876. 

Girard, Kate. Mrs. George F. Bowe, 

Girl of the Period, ^fr8, Eliza L i/nn 
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Glananville. Jacques Albin Simon 
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Gleaner. Nathaniel Ingersoll Bowditch, 
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historical interest and value. 

Gleaner. Abb^ Angel Denis M'Quin, 
in the London "Literary Gazette/' 
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Glenarvon, Lord. George Gordon 
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Lady CaroUoe Lamb's novel, " Qlonarvon,** 
" it a curious medley as regards plot . . . but 
there are, nevertheless, some good things in It. 
Aknost all the cbaraclers are portraits, and the 
following may be taken as a &ey to the work : 
< Lord Glenarvon ' is Lord Byron; * Lord Avon- 
dale,' Mr, Lamb ; * Lady Caiantha/ Ladv CarO' 
line; * Tbe Great Nabob,' Lord HoUand; * The 
Princess of Madagascar,* Lady HoUand; * The 
Dnke of Myrtlegrove,* the Duke of Devonshire; 

* Sir R. and Lady Mowbrav,' Jjord and Lady 
Melbourne; <Lady Mandeville,*Xac^ Ostford; 
*Lady Margaret Buchanan.' the Duchess cf 
Devon ; * Lady Sophia,' Lady Morpeth ; * Lora 
Trelawny,' Lord Granville ; * Miss Monmouth,* 
Lady Byron: <The yellow hyena; or, the pale 
poet.' Samuel Rogers: * Hoiouskim,' Mr. Auen; 

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Glenmore. Donald Shaw. Highland 
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Glenmore, Addle. Mrs, Alice {Mo 
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Glenn, Gertrude. Mrs, Mary (Harris) 
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Gloan. Thomas A, Logan, Breech- 
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Gloucestershire County Gentle- 
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Godfather, An Absent. Rev, Joteph 
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Godolphin, Mary. Lucy Aih'n, Even- 
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Gofr,Eiyer. WiUiam Dawes. Elijer 
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€k>ldlng, Godfrey. Alexander His- 
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Good Hand, A. Humphrey Wanley, 
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Good Vicar, The. Rev. Richard 
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in a bad mood, by John the Dipper. 

Goodman, David. David Goodman 
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Gooft, Oofty. Gus Phillips. 

Goose, Mother. Rebecca ( Wildgoose 
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GoosequlU, Benjamin, and Para- 
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Gopher. Jacob Pentz. 

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Gordon, Hewes. E. G. H, Clarke. 

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Gossip, John. E. R. Champlin. 

Gothamite. Col. Thomas Picton. 

Gotthelf, Jeremias. Albert Biizius. 
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Gouraud, Julie. Louise d'Aulnay. A 
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Governor of White Cross Street 
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Gracchus, Calus. Francois Noel Bo- 
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Graduate of I>ame Europa's 
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Graduate of Oxford, A. George 
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Gra^culus. Anthony Barclay, Esq. 

For hie own afDasemeiit,and to amnie and ditb- 
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thu siffnatnre a Oreelc version of Richard Henry 
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Graham, Grace. Mrs. S. B. Titter- 
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Graham, Rosa. Sarah L. Post, in 
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Grahame, Allen. George Arnold. As 
a writer of comic verse and humorous 
sketches, he had manj pen-names, — 
" Mc Arone," " Allen Grahame/' " George 
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Grahame, NeUle. Mrs. A. K. Dun- 
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Graindorge, Fr^d6rlc Thomas* 
Hippolyte Addphe Taine. Notes on 
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Grandfather, A. Sergius St. John. 
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Grandmother, A. Mrs. C. J. Ham- 
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Grand-Nephe^KT of Napoleon the 
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Grandson of R. Aiken, The. Peter 
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Burns and some of his contemporaries 
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Grandvllle, J. J. Jean Ignace Isidore 
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Granella, Victor. Wilhelm Tanger^ 
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Grang^. Eugene Pierre Bast€. Le 
flls du portier. Paris, 1837. 

Grants AUan. William Wilson^ for 
twenty years a contributor of poems to 
the periodicals under the nom de plume 
of "Allan Grant" and " Alpin." 

Grant, Allan. James Grant Wilson. 
Mr. Secretary Pepys, with extracts from 
his diary . . . N.Y. 1867, etc. 

Grant, Gerald. Gertrude Grant. The 
Old Cross Quarry. 1883. 

Gratianus, Aurelius. John M. Neale. 
The exiles of Gehenna . . . 18-. 

Graue Author of Middle and Un- 
party Principles, A. John Humfrey. 
Free thoughts continu'd upon several 
points ... L. 1712. 

Graves, Helen Forest. Miss Lucy 
A. Randall. 

Gravldre, Caroline. Mme. Estelle Ma- 
rie Louise ( Crevecoeur) Ruelens, who wrote 
for the "ifetoile Beige" and the "Revue 
de Belgique " under this pseudonym. 

Graviora Manent. James R. Man- 
ley, M.D. Letters on the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. N.Y. 1841. 

Gray, Barry. Robert Barry Coffin. 
Cakes and ale at Woodbiney from 
Twelfth Night to New Year's Day. N.Y. 

Gray, Barton. George H. Sass, in 
the " New York Independent." 




Gray, Ellis. Mrs. Louisa T. Oragin, 
Long ago : a year of child life ... B. 

Gray, Iron. Abel C. Thomas. The 
gospel of slavery. A primer of free- 
dom . . . N.Y. 1804. 

Gray, Robertson. Rossiter Worthin</- 
ton Raymond. Brave hearts: a Dovel. 
N.Y. 1873. 

Gray, Simon. Sir Alexander Boswell, 
Bart. Edinburgh ; or, the ancient Royalty 
. . . Edinb. 1810. 

Gray, Wldett Dewitt Grinnell Ray. 

Gray Eagple. Frederick J. Englehardt, 
in his contributions to the " Turf, Field, 
and Farm" (N.Y.). 

Graybeard. John Franklin Graff, 
" G.'s " Colorado. A trip to Denver in 
1881-82. N.Y. 188-. 

Grayson, Eldred, E2sq. Robert Hare. 
Standish the Puritan: a tale of the 
American revolution . . . N.Y. 1850. 

Great Cham of Literature, The. 
Dr. Samuel Johnson. 

Great Magician, The. Sir Walter 

Great Man, The. William Pitt. An 
address to the Great Man ... L. 1758. 

Great Moralist, The. Dr. Samuel 

Great Unlcnown, The. Sir Walter 

Green, Invisible, Esq. William G. 
Crippen. Green peas, picked from the 
patch of . . . Gin. 1856. 

Green, John. George H. Townsend. 
Evans's music and supper rooms ... L. 

Green, Paddy. Otorge H. Townsend. 
Glees and madrigals. L. 1&-. 

Greendrake, Gregory, Esq. Joseph 
Coad. The angling excursions of . . . 
in the counties of Wicklow, Meath, 
Westmeath, Longford, and Gavan. 
With additions by Geoffrey Greydrake, 
Esq. [/.e., Thomas Ettingsalll. Dublin, 

Greene, Gooseberry. Miss J. Collins, 
of Mt. Liberty, O., in her contributions, 
to various periodicals, on household econ- 
omy, etc. 

Greene, Hiram. William A, WH- 

Greenhorn, Joseph. John T. Bed- 
ford, member of the corporation of the 
city of London, in his contributions to 
"Punch" (L.) 

Greenough, A. J. Jane G. Avery. 
The boys and girls of Beech Hill. i. 

Greenwood, Grace. Mrs. Sara Jane 
{Clarke) Lippincott. Greenwood leaves: 

a collection of sketches and letters N.Y. 

Oregg, George Gregory. Robert W. 
McAlpine, in his contributions to various 
Southern papers. 

Greif, 3Iartin. Friedrich Hermann 
Frey. Deutsche Gedenkblatter. 1875. 

Gresham, Mr. William Etcart Glad- 
stone, in Trollope's "The Prime Min- 

GrevUle, or Greville, H. John 
Hawkesworth. "In 1746, he wrote in that 
publication [the "Gent. Mag."], under 
the name of "Greville" [or "H. Gre- 
ville "] " The Devil painter : a tale " ; etc. 
In 1747, he contributed " The accident " ; 
etc. In 1748, "The midsummer wish"; 
etc. In 1749, " Poverty msulted " ; etc. 

Greville, Henri Alice Marie Celeste 
Henry Durand. Louis Breuil. Paris, 
1883 ; also as a contributor to the " Re- 
vue des Deux Mondes," etc. 

Grey, Fannie. Mrs. E. D. Huntley. 

Grey, Heraclitus. Charles Marshall. 
Playing trades. N.Y. 1879. 

Greybeard, Gaffer. Robert Sanders. 
Lucubrations of . . . L. 1773. 

Greydrake, Geoffrey, Esq. Thomas 
Ettingsall. — See "Greendrake, Gregory, 

Greye, Armar. Mrs. Maria Greer. 
Kimbolton Gastle and Lady Jane Grey . . . 
L. 1871. 

Greylock, Godfrey. Joseph Edward 
Adams Smith. Taghconic ; or, letters and 
legends about our summer home. B. 

Greyson, R. E. H. Henry Rogers. 
Selections from the correspondence of . . . 
L. 1857. 

Grievous, Peter, E^q., A.B.C.D.K. 
Francis Hopkinson, Esq. A pretty story. 
Written in the year of our Lord 1774 .. . 
P. 1774. 

Griffin, Gregory. George Canning, 
John Smith, Robert Smithy and John Frere. 
The Microcosm : a periodical, by G. G., 
of the College of Eton. Windsor, 

Grifflnhoof, Anthony, Gent. John 
Humphreys Parry. The maskers of Moor- 
fields: a vision. By the late Anthony 
Grifllnhoof, Gent., edited by W. Griffin- 
hoof. L. 1816. 

Tbe author and editor are the aaroe person. 
Tho work ia also attributed to George Colman, 
the Younger. 

Grifflnboof, Arthur. George Colman, 
the Younger. Songs ... in the " Gay De- 
ceivers '* . . . Tumham Green, 1804. 

Grifflnhoof, W. — See " Anthony Grif- 
flnhoof, Gent." 




Grildrl|^, Solomon. Dr, Thomas Ren- 

fie//, Mr. Knight, the Rt. Hon. Cttorge Canr 

i^jj^t ond the sons of the Marquis of 

WeilesleVf as editors of and contributors 

to the "Miniature." Windsor, 1806. 

The word " GrUdrig" Is taken from Onlli. 
ver*! "Voyage to Brobdlnsnag." "Stratford 
Canning (now Lord Stratfora de RedcUife) was 
the working editor." The magasine was pecu- 
niarily a fHllare, hut its owners were relieved . . . 
throogh the purchase of the unsold copies by Mr. 
John Murray. This dronmstance is said ... to 
have introdaoed that publisher to George Can- 
ning . . . With Canning's [G^rge] sssfstanoe, 
Murray took a fresh start in ousiness, and by the 
aid of Canning's friends, many of whom were 
writers In the " Miniature,'* he was enabled to 
set on foot the '* Quarterly Review."— W. P. 
CousTNET. See *' Notes and Queries," 5tb 
8er.» DL, Feb. 10, '78. 

Grile, I>od. — Bierce, M»A» Cob- 
webs from an empty skull. L. 1878. 

Grimboftli, HermaD. Dr. Charles 
Mackay, The Whirligig papers. L. 

Grimes, Old. Albert Qorton Ghreene, 
The author of the lines '' Old Grimes is 
dead, that good old man." 

Grimes, Jeremiah, Jan., Gent. Ed' 
ward Holyoke Hedge, a member of the 
" Polyglot Club,'* composed of the nine 
editors of the "Harvard (Unir.) Regis- 
ter," 1827-28. 

Grimm. Louis Am€d€e Eugkne Achard, 
Lettres parisiennes de . . . in " L*£poque " 
1846-47. Paris. 

Grimm, Thomas. Marie Henri 
Am€d€e JEscoffitr and others, in "Le 
Petit Journal." Paris, 1873-80 et seq. 

Grin. Leo C. Evans, in his contribu- 
tions to the " Metropolis." 

Grlnagaln, Giles. William Hogarth, 

Grinder. Harry H. Marks, in the 
New York "Sunday Times." 

Grinder, Miss Charity. Mary Kyle 
Dallas. The Grinder papers. Being the 
adventures of . . . N.Y. 1877. 

Gringo, Harry. Henry Augustus 
Wise. Tales for the marines . . . B. 

Grins and Gripes. Ebenezer Bailey, 
who wrote the articles under this head 
for the "New England Galaxy" (B.). 

Grip. J. D. Bengough, of Toronto 
(Can.), in his contributions to various 

Gronorins. Charles Valentine Le 
Qrice, M.A. General theorem for a 
••♦**• college declamation (in verse), 
with copious notes. By . . • Camb. 

Grotius. De Witt Clinton. Vindica- 
tion of Thomas Jefferson . . . N.Y. 

Growler, The. Spencer Wallace 

Grumbler, Anthony, Esq., of Gram- 
bleton Hall. David Hoffman. Miscel- 
laneous thoughts on men, manners, and 
things ... P. 1837. 

Griin, Anastasius. Anton Alexander, 
Graf von Auersperg. Gesammelte Werke. 

Grundy, Miss. Miss M. A. Sneed, 
in her contributions to the "Post" 
(Wash. D.C.). 

Guardian, A Retired. William 
Bradley. Sketches of the poor. 

Guare, June. Mrs. Harriet Adelia 
Ann {Burleigh) Cole. 

Guatimozin. Frederick Jebb and 
others. Guatimozin's letters on the pres- 
ent state of Ireland ... L. 1779. 

Guest, A. Edtoard Jenkins. The blot 
on the Queen's head ... L. 1876. 

Guildhelm. William A. Brewer^ in 
his contributions to the " Shrine." Am- 
herst, Mass., 1832. 

Gulliver, liemueL John Arbuthnot. 
An account of the state of learning in 
the empire of Lilliput; together with 
the history and character of Bullum 
[i.e., Richard Bentley], the Emperor's 
library keeper ... L. 1728. 

Gulliver, Captain liemneL Jona- 
than Stnfl. Travels into several remote 
nations of the world. By ... L. 

Gum Ijeaf. Mrs. Dexter. Colonial 
gems; or, "The Ninety" foundation 
stones of our Parliament Houses . . . 
Melbourne, 1860. 

Gurth. G. Gilbert, in several works 
on domestic animals. 

Guseck, Bemd von. Karl Gnstav 
von Berneck. Deutschland's Ehre. Leip- 
sic, 1837. 

Gushlngton, Angelina. C. W. R. 
Cooke. Thoughts on men and things . . . 
L. 1867. 

Gushlngton, The Hon. Impulsia. 
Helen Selina (Sheridan), Baroness Duf- 
ferin, afterwards Countess of Gifford. 
lispings from low latitudes ... L. 1863. 

Gussie. Augusta Chambers. 

Gypsy. Mrs, Grace Cowrtland. A 
marked life ; or, the autobiography of a 
clairvoyant ... L. 1879. 



H. E, Chibbom, in his contribntiona 
on antiquarian subjecto to '*Saunden' 
News Letter" (Dublin, 184d-M). 

H. Mr. Hamel, in hiB contributions, 
■on musical subjects, to the '^Refonn'' 

H. Rev, Henrjf (or John) HeaUm, in 
his contributions to the " Athenian Let- 
'ters"(L. 1741-48). 

H. Charles Cfrahame ffalpine. Lyrics 
by the letter H. N.Y. 1864. 

H. Rowland Gihwn Hazard. Our 
resources. N.Y. 1864. 

H. LuIm Howard. "Swear not at 
all '' (Matt. ▼. 24). L. n.d. 

H. Henry Hutchinson. An answer to 
observations (by "G. P." t.s., G. Pea- 
cock) on the plans for the new library 
(at Cambridge) r being a defence of the 
design presented by Messrs. Rickman 
(Thomas) and Hutchinson. By <<H." 
Birmingham, 1831. 

H., A. Abraham Hayward, Faust: 
A dramatic poem, by Goethe. Trans, by 
. . . L. Io3o« 

H., A. B. A. B. Hassan. Contri- 
tbutioDs to the rhymes of the war. 
Bait. 1865. 

H., A. O. A. C. Haeselbairth, in the 
New York " Mail.'' 

H., A. H. Anna Holyoke (CuUs) 
Howard f in her contributions to various 

H., A. J. Andrew Jackson Hamilton. 
Federal Monthly. A party of the future. 

H., A. S. Arthur Sherburne Hardy. 
Francesca of Bimmi. P. 1878. 

HB. John Doyle, a gentleman of Irish 
descent, and the reputed author of the 
celebrated ** HB." sketches. 

H. B. Bishop James Doi/le. Political 
flketches of . . . L. 1829^3. 

H., B. F. B. F. Hartshome. The 
Danes : a prize poem. 1864. 

H., B. R. Benjamin Robert Haydon. 
Description of the- drawings from the 
■cartoons and Elgin marbles, by Mr. Hay- 
don's pupils ... L. 1819. 

H. B. T. James Deacon Hume. Let- 
ters on the com laws, etc. ... L. 1835. 

H., G. Catherine Hughes. The Ms- 
tory of the township of Meltham . . . 
By the late Joseph Hughes. Edited . . . 
by . . . Huddersfield, 1866. 

H., C. Chambers HcdL The picture : 
a nosegay for amateurs, painters, etc. 
. . • by ... L. 1887. 

H. C, EIsQ. Samuel WilUam Henry 
Ireland. The fisher boy : a poem . . . 
L. 1808. 

H., G. E. Mrs. Caroline E. (I'Ans) 
Hawker. Follow me ; or, lost and found. 
A morality, from the German. By . . . 
L. 1844. 

H., C. F. Cecil Frederick Holmes. A 
vocabulary to Bland's Latin Hexameters 
and Pentameters ... L. 1863. 

H., G. G. Charles G. Hamilton. The 
exiles of Italy. L. 1857. 

H., G. M. Miss C. M. Hewitis, libra- 
rian of the Hartford Library Association, 
in her letters to the "Literary News" 

H., G. W. Chandos Wren Hoskyns. 
Talpa ; or, the chronicles of a clay farm 
... L. 1852. 

H. D. B. William Hamper, Esq., 

" Hi* enrlier prodneUoiis were poeticul pieces, 
wbloh were generally oommanlcatod to the pagee 
of this (' Gent. Mag.'} miscellany. The flnt of 
these we believe to have been the lines entitled 
' The Beggar Bov,* in oar number for September, 
1708. In the following number is a more lively 
and spirited production, an anti-revolutionary 
song, beginning, <To learn Johnny Bull d la 
mode de Paris *; and, as a clever piece written 
with the same loyal and constitutional feelings, 
may be mentioned a ' Pindaric Address,' in Jan- 
uary, 1801. These and many others are signed 
<H. D. B.,'— the initials of Hamper, Deritend, 
Birmingham. He also uses the signature * M.B.* 
(the final letters of his name) in * Gent. Mag.,' 
March, 1811, September, 1816, and April, ISIT."* 

H., B. Sir Everard Home, Bart., in 
Beloe*s ** Sexagenarian," Vol. I., p. 320, 
2d ed. L. 1818. 

H., Ei. Rev. Edward Hawarden. An 
answer to Dr. Clark and Mr. Whiston 
concerning the Diyinity of the Son and 
of the Holy Spirit ... L. 1729. 

H., B. Edward Hincks, D.D. The 
Enchorial language of Egypt. Dublin, 

H., G. Ebenezer Henderson, D.D. The 
geysers ... as seen in the years 1814 and 
1815.. . Edinb. 1818. 

H., B. Emily Huntington. Little les- 
sons for little housekeepers. N.Y. 1875. 

H., B. A. Ethan Allen Hitchcock. lie- 
marks on the sonnets of Shakespeare; 
with the sonnets. By . . . N.Y. 1865. 

H., B. D. Edward Dykes Hayward. 
Reasons against martial law, courts mar- 
tial, etc. L. 1866. 

H., B. F. S. Miss E. F. S. Harris. 
Via dolorosa ... L. 1848. 

H., B. Lt. Edward Law Hussey. £z- 


tracts from Tarious authors, and frag- 
ments of table talk . . . Ozf . 1878. 

H., S. M. Emiiy Marion HarrtM, Four 
messengers ... L. 1870. 

H., £. M. Ellen Marvin Heaton, The 
Octagon Club : a character study. N.Y. 

H. E. O. ThonuLS George Fonnereau. 
Diary of a dutiful son. L. 1849. 

H., F. Mrs, F, (Howe) Hall, in hu- 
morous sketches, etc., contributed to 
Tarious periodicals. 

H., F. F, HuUhinson. A compassion- 
ate aiddress to those Papists who will be 
prevail'd with to examine the cause for 
which they suffer ... L. 1716. 

H., F. D. Rt. BeH. Frederic Dan 
Huntington, Helps to a holy Lent . . . 
N.Y. 1872. 

H., F. E. Fitzedward Hall. M. de 
Tassy's history of Hindi literature. 
From the "Benares Magazine '' for Feb- 
ruary, 1851. 

H., F. E. H. F. E, H. Haines. Jonas 
King: missionary to Syria and Greece. 
N.Y. 1879. 

H., F. li. Florence Leslie Henderson. 
•Sketches in Terse. By F. L. H. Truro, 

H-, F. S. F. S. HiU. The harvest 
festival. B. 1826. 

H., F. W. F. W. Halfpenny. Cata- 
logue of books on foreign law ... L. 

H., O. George HaU, An excursion 
from Jericho to the ruins of the 
Ancient cities of Oeraza and Amman, in 
the country east of the Biver Jordan. 
By . . . L. 1852. 

H., O. Cravin Hamilton. Gray's 
•elegy translated into Latin elegiacs . . . 
Edinb. 1877. 

H. H. Mrs. Helen Maria (Fiske Hunt) 
Jackson. A century of dishonour; a 
sketch of the United States' government's 
dealings with some of the Indian tribes, 
etc. N.Y. 1881. 

H., H. Herbert Haines. A manual for 
the study of monumental brasses . . . 
Oxf. 1848. 

H., Sip H., Bart. Sir Henry Hal/ord. 
Nugae metrics . . . 1839. 

H., Hd. Howard Hinton. My com- 
rades. N.Y. 1874. 

H., H. Ij. H. L. Henry. Little Ada; 
or, the three newyears. P. 1871. 

H., H. N. Henry Noel Humphreys. 
The coins of England. L. 1846. 

H., H. S. Henry Serine HiU. Prince- 
town, its history and its prison. By H. 
S. H. Plymouth, 1869. 

H., I. John Hewitt. Description of 

the figures in the chart of ancient ar- 

mour. L. 1847. 


H., I. J. Re^ James John Hdroyd. 
Giseia : a tragedy . . L. 1839. 

H., J. John Hi frey. — See " A lover 
of Peace and the ^lick Good." 

H., J. James 1 v. — See " One of 

her Majesty's SUi 

H., J. James ^h. — See "An 

Old Inhabitant." 

H., J. Bev. Jt J 'iter. Antiqua- 
rian notices of . ipsot, the Heath, and 
Sharlston, in '" cority of York. By 
... L. 1848. 

H., J. Jos "'■*" Ueton. Appendix 

to a letter . . mg the replies of 

Mrs. C. and hf ^.i^to " their friend " 
J. H. L. 18a 

H., J. John Hawkins. Essay on hon- 
esty, in *♦ Gent Mag.,'* 1789, pp. 117, 232. 

H., J. J '"'^ Highmore. Essays, 
moral, religi and miscellaneous . . . 
L. 1766. 

H., J. John Hutchinson. Glory or 
gravity essential jmd mechanical . . . L. 

H., J. Jamti Hogg, Hints on the 
culture of char ;ter . . . Edited by . . . 
Edinb. 1855-56. 

H., J. John Hughes. Lays of past 
days ... L. 18 o. 

H., J. J. Hayffen. A letter on family 
worship ... L. 1853. 

H., J. John Harrison. Letter on 
** Hai Ebn Yokd /' by J. H. Manches- 
ter, 1836. 

H., J. John lallet. The life of the 
Rev. Mr. Geo."^ Itosse . . . Exon, 1714. 

H., Mrs. J. Mrs. John Hunter, in 
Beloe's " Sexagenarian," I., 415, 2d ed. 
L. 1818. 

H., J. E. Jdhn Eliot Hodgkin. Fifty 
pen-and-ink sketches in exact facsimile 
by . . , from a copy of Polydore Vergil's 
" History of England ... L. 1860. 

H., J. O. James Orchard HalliweU' 
Phillipps. A newel which may turn out 
to be anything but a jewel. L. 1865. 
Also in his contributions to the "Athe- 
naeum " and other periodicals. 

H., J. R. James Ridgtoay HakeweU 
and another. Athletica . . . Maidstone, 

H., J. R. G John R. G. Hassard, in 
his contributi n s to the " Tribune " 

H., J. a*" Joel Tyler Headley, — 
See"Sei u^-»Vf TV 

H., L. li'jrty ; ,ucy Hooper. "Most of 
her po( i)4idate contributed to the 
< Long I* '\ adt ' where they appeared 
under h . . ' 


H., Lt. O. Laura Carter HoUoway, 
in her contiibations to yarioiu periodi- 

H., li. C. L. C. EUl, Laure: the 
history of a blighted life. P. 1872. 

H. M. W. H.Logan.— See "A Gen- 
tleman in Town." 

H., M. Murat Halstead, in his letters 
to the "Cincinnati Commercial/' 

H., M. Mrs. M. Hullah. A few words 
about music ... L. 1851. 

H., M. Matilda Horsburgh. Henry 
Morgan ; or, the sower and the seed . . . 
Edinb. 1863. 

H., M. Maria Hack. A popular 
account of St. Paul's cathedral, etc. By 
... L. 1816. 

H., M. H. Mdi/o H. Haaeltine, in the 
"New York Sun." 

H. M'K. Rev. H. M. Mackenzie. The 
lay of the Turings. L. 1849. 

H., M. R. Mrs. Mary R. JSgham. 
Athol. N.Y. 1873. 

H., M. W. M. W. HaxeUine, in his 
criticisms in the "Sun" (N.Y.). 

H., N. N. Herrick. History of the 
five wise philosophers ... L. 1711. 

H.,N. Nathaniel Holmes. "The Shake- 
spearean myth " . . . by . . . In the 
St. Louis " Globe Democrat/' November 
17, 1881. 

H. N. Miss Griggs, Songs for the 
Sorrowing . . . N. i . 1861. 

H., P., M.D. Paul Hiffeman, MJ). 
Remarks on an ode on the death of 
his royal highness, Frederick, Prince of 
Wales. L. 1762. 

H., R. Robert Hobsan. The guide to 
Doredale, Ham, and scenes adjacent. 
By . . . Ashboum, 1841. 

H., R. Rev, Richard Harvey, Hymns 
for yotmg persons. L. 1834. 

H., R. Robert Hawker, The plant of 
renown ... L. 1806. 

H., R., Bsq., near forty years a 
Practitioner In thla Art. Rdert How- 
lett. The angler's sure guide ; or, angling 
improved, and methodically digested . . . 
L. 1706. 

H., R. O. Sir Richard CoU Hoare, 

Bart. Hints to travellers in Italy. By 

... li. 1816. 

" Among hU oommnnicatloiM to the * Gtont. 
Mag.' were, February, 1828, p. 118, an aocoant 
of a Roman bath found at Farley; In Angntt, 
1827, p. 113, an account of a Roman villa at Lit- 
tleton, Bomenet; and in January, 1830, p. 17, an 
account of a Roman villa at I^tney, Somerset." 

H., R. S. Rev. Rohefioj^ephen Hawker ^ 
M.A. Mawgan of A666.^ch, the Cor- 
nish wrecker. VersesjZ/. ed . . . With 
a woodcut. " Once aars, -*ek," viii., 601- 
602. 1862-63. V^ 

H., R. S. Rchert 8. Hunt, Musmgi 
on Psalm cxix. Oxf . 1878. 

H., R. S. Roibert S. Howland> The 
pastoral relation. From the ''Church 
Joumar' (N.Y. 1866). 

H., S. Sophia Hume* A caution to 
such as observe days and times ... By 
... L. 1754. 

H. S. Ralph Thomas. Qoing to the 
bar. Contributed to "Cobbett's Maga- 
zine," 1832. 

H., 8. Spencer Hall. Suggestions for 
the classification of the library now col- 
lecting at tlie Athenseum [club]. L. 

H., 8. J., Esquire. 8t, John Honey- 
wood, Esq. Poem on reading President 
Washington's address declining a re- 
election to the presidency . . . Albany, 

H., T. Thornton Hunt, in Lamb'a 
" Elia." Witches and other night-fears. 

H., T. Thomas Hewerdine. The 
country-curate to the country-people 
... L. 1701. 

H., T. Captain Thomas Hamilton. 
Men and manners in America. Edinb. 

H., T., Pharmacop. Rastlcan. T. 
Hickes. A compleat treatise of urinea 
... L. 1703. 

H., T. B., R.A. T. B. Hogarth, R.A. 
The grifBnage of the Hon. Newman 
Strange ... L. 1862. 

H., T. R. T. R. Higham. A dialogue 
between Tim Thomas and Bill Bilkey, 
two Cornish miners . . . Truro, 1866. 

H., T. 8. Thulia Susannah Henderson, 
Olga; or, Russia in the 10th century. 
L. 1865. 

H., W. William Haxlitt, in Lamb'a 
"Elia." Some sonnets of Sur Pliilip 

H., W. William Horsnell. The ice- 
botmd ship and the dream . . . Mon- 
treal, 1860. 

H., W., Gent. William Hunt. The 
fall of Tarquin: a tragedy. York, 1713. 

H., W., Junr. William Hodgson. 
The life and travels of John Pember- 
ton . . . L. 1844. 

H., W. B. WiUiam Beadon Heath- 
cote, B.C.L. The Psalter . . . Oxf. 1846. 

H., W. R. Rev. William Edward 
Heygate. The death of King Greren- 
nius. Truro, 1848. 

H., W. H. William Henry Herbert, 
in the New York " World." 

H., W H. WiUiam Henry Harvey, 
MJ). Charles and Josiah; or, friendly 
conversations between a Churchman and 
a Quaker. L. 1862. 


H., W. H. H. W. H. H, Hasdtine, in 
the New York "Sun." 

H., W. M. Rev, Wyndham Madden 
Hutton. Poems. By a member of the 
university of Oxford. Oxf. 1851. 

H., W.R. W.R,Hawke8. The mid- 
night intruder; or. Old Nick at C — It — n 
H — se. A poem ... L. 1816. 

H. X. Mrs. Brewster Macpherson. 
" Gifts for men." Edinb. 1870. 

H****, the Bight Honourable Uady . 
Ijady Annabella Eliza Cassandra Hawke. 
Julia de Gramont ... L. 1788. 

H*****, Mr. Jonas Hanway, A 
journal of eight days' journey from 
Portsmouth to Kingston upon Thames, 
through Southampton, Wiltshire . . . 
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H , J . . . ., CA J>.S. J, Homihold, 

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a jest of it, the master ordered him to be 
called John, which name he retained ever 
after. " Eoganesius '' was the name of' 
his country, Inis-Eogan being the place 
of his birth. 

Japanese Traveller^ A. Laurence 
Oliphant. Moral reflections by ... in the 
« North American Review." N.Y. 1877. 

Signed " Slonara." 

Japheth. Theodore Dehon. Cause 
and cure . . . Charleston, S.C., 1868. 

Jaques. J, Hain Friswell, in his con- 
tributions to the "Evening Star" (L. 

Jarvle, Nichol. William McDonald 
Wood, in the "Brooklyn Times." 

Jarvis, Geofflry. Elizabeth Hamilton. 
Memoirs of modern philosophers. Bath,. 

Jasper. E. P. Robinson, 

Jaunt, Jeremy. George (1) Mogridge, 
who, under this signature, contributedi 
papers to the " Birmingham and Lichfield 

Jay, W. H. li. Miss Julia Louisa 
Matilda Woodruff, Holden with cords 
... N.Y. 1874. 




Jayhawker. Co/. J. H. Woodard, in 
hi« contributions to the " Cincinnati £n- 



Jeames. William Makepeace Tkack" 
tray. The diary of C. Jeames dc la 
riuche, Esq., contributed to "Punch." 

Jeames, Mr. William Makepeace 
Thackeray. Sentiments on the Cambridge 
election. "Punch," March 6, 1847. 

Jeames of Buckley Square. Wil- 
liam Makepeace Thackeray. A lucky 
speculator, etc., in " Punch," 1845. 

Jeames, G. P. R., Esq. Wil- 
Ham Makepeace Thackeray. Barbazure. 
" Punch," July, 1847. 

Jean, Father. James Beal, in his 
contributions to the "Echo'* (L.). 

JeaD, J. de. John Frazer. Poems 
by . . . Dublin, 18-. 

Jean Jacques. Jean Jacques Rous- 

Jean Paul. Jean Paul Friedrich Rich- 
ter, in his earlier publications. 

" But I return to our history and place myself 
amougst the dviul, for all aro out of the world 
vrho aaw me come into it. My father was called 
John Christian Christopher RIchter, and whs 
Tertius (master of the third class at a gymna- 
sium) and organist in Wunsiedel. My mother, 
who was the daughter of the cloth- weaver, John 
Paul Kuhn, in Hot, was named Sophia Rosina. 
The day after my birth I was baptized hv the 
senior Apel. One godfather was the aoove- 
mentioned John Paul, nnd the other John Fred- 
eric Thelme, a book-biuder, who did not kuow 
at that time to what quantities of his own handi- 
craft he lent his nunie. From theso two spon- 
sors was the name of Joan Paul Frederic shot 
together. The grandfatherly half I translated 
Into Jean Paul, and have thereby gained a name, 
the reasons for which shall be fully made known 
in future lectures." — Autobiography. 

I call him frequently Jean Paul, without add- 
ing his surname, both because all Germany gives 
him that appellation, as an expression of affec- 
tion for his person, and because he has himself 
sometimes assumed it in the title-pages to his 
works. — DeQuincbt. 

Jean Pierre. S. W. Cooper, in his 
contributions to the " Evening Bulletin " 
(P.), etc. 

Jean-sans-peur. Hippolyte Babou. 
L*homine k la lanteme. Paris, 1868. 

Jeanne Marie. Jeanne Marie von Gat/- 
elte-Gfiorgens. Sich selbst erobert. Ein 
Miidchcnroman. 1873. 
. Jefferson. Mathew Carey. Examina^ 
tion of the Charleston (S.C.) Memorial. 
P. 1827. 

Jefferson. J. 8. Richardson. Speech 
In opposition to disunion, convention, 
and nullification. Charleston, 1830. 

Jehan, Dr., of the Hall Ryal. John 
Jamieson, D.D. A new Bannatyne gar- 
land: compylit be . . . Imprentit at 
Sanct Paulis Wark, at Zule, in the pres- 
ent zeir. MDCCCXXVIII. 

Jehu, Junior. T. Gibson BowUsy ed- 
itor of " Vanity Fair" (L.), in his weekly 
biographies contributed to that sheet. 

Jenkins, S. Joshua. E. D. Taylor. 

Jenks, Jacquetta Agneta Mariana, 
of Belgrove Priory in Wales. Wil- 
liam Beckford, Azemia ... a novel . . . 
L. 1707. 

Jenny Maria. Celine Rcnard. Monde 
ct solitude. Paris, 1878. 

Jepphl, Recos. Joseph Price. Min- 
isterial almanack ... L. 1783. 

Jepson, Ring. Henry Jepson Latham. 
Among the Mormons. San Fran. 188-. 

Jermyn, Dud. Walter R. Benjamin. 

Jerry, Uncle. Mrs. Anne (Emerson) 
Porter. Letters to young mothers. B. 

Jessamine, James. Bryan Waller 
Procter y in the London "Literary Ga- 

Jesse, Uncle. C E. Babb. Talks 
about the war. Cin. 187-. 

Jeune moraliste, Le. JSmile Des- 
champs. Le jeune moraliste. Paris, 1826. 

Jinks, Joshua Jedidiah. W. B. 
Dick. Uncle Josh's trimk-fuU of fun. 
N.Y. 187-. 

Joannes, Count. George Jones. His- 
tory of ancient America. N.Y. 18'i3. 

Jobber, A. Daniel Defoe. The anat- 
omy of Exchange Alley ; or, a system of 
stock-jobbing ... L. 1719. 

Jobbry, Archibald. John Gait. The 
member : an autobiography . . . L. 1832. 

Johannes Catholicus. John Rutty. 
An essay towards a contrast between 
Quakerism and Methodism . . . Bristol, 

John. John Wesley Beach, in numer> 
ous letters contributed to the "Sun" 

John. Sampson Sandys. John's let- 
ter to Dame Europa, expostulating 
against being called a coward. L. 1871. 

John, Archbishop of Tuam. John 
McJSaUf D.D., in several letters on the 
questions of the Church Establishment 
and Education. 

John, Corporal. Charles P. G' Conor. 
Songs for soldiers. L. 1884. First pul>- 
lished in William Fieldson's journal 
week after week. 

John, Don. Jean Ingelow. Off the 
Skelligs. L. 1873. 

John Earl of Stair. John Dalrymple, 
5th Earl of Stair. The state of the 
national debt, the national income, and 
the national expendittire ... By . . . 
Edinb. 1777. 

John, Junior. Thomas Gibson Bowles, 
editor olf the ** London Vanity Fair." 




Jobn, Uncle. EUsha Notice, The 
boy's book of industrial information. 
N.Y. 1868. 

John, Uncle. John Aikin. Children's 
album of pretty pictures, with stories. 
N.Y. 18-. 

John, Uncle. J. J. Fuller. Uncle 
John's flowei^gatherers . . . N.Y. 1869. 

John, Uncle. Edvoin O. Chapman, in 
" Our Boys' Own Stories." N.Y. 1870. 

John At StUee. John DowdaU. Tra- 
ditionary anecdotes of Shakespeare. 
Collected in Warwickshire in the year 
1603 ... L. 1838. 

John of Enon. David Benedict, D,D, 
The watery war: a poetical description 
of the existing controversy between the 
Pedobaptists and Baptists ... B. 1808. 

John, of Manchester. John Bos- 
worth, as editor of the " Sailor, the Sin- 
ner, and the Saint : the eventful life of 
George Yiney, late of Manchester" (L. 

John of York. John K. Tobin, in 
the " Old New York Spirit." 

John, Gabriel. Thomas jyUrfey, 
Essay towards the theory of the intelli- 
gible world intuitively considered. n.p., 

Johnson, Abraham. Dr. John HiU. 
Lucina sine concubitu ... L. 1760. 

Also attriboted to Rev. H. Coventry. 

Johnson, Benjamin F. James Whit- 
comb BUejf. The Old Swimmin' Uole. 
Indianapolis, 1883. 

Jonah. John P. Wetmore. An Ameri- 
can bicycler. 

Jonathan, Brother. Octavius Blewitt. 

Jonathan, Uncle. Jonathan Badgley. 
English Grammar, taught in plain, famil- 
iar conversations, by . . . Utica, N.Y., 

Jones, Cupid. Frank S. Saltus, in 
his contributions to the " Clipper " (N. Y.). 

Jones, Ignatius. Graham A. Worth. 

Jones, Mrs. Jane. Jenny Diver. 

Jones, Mi^or Joseph. William The- 
odore Thompson. Major Jones's court- 
ship. P. 1844. 

Jones, T. Percy. William Edmons- 
toune Aiftoun. Firmilian ; or, the student 
of Badajoz : a spasmodic tragedy . . . 
Edinb. 1854. 

Jones, Thomas. Charles Bright and 
others. The Hamlet controversy 1 . . . 
L. 1867. 

Jones, Trinity, or, Jones of Nay- 
land. William Jones, of Nayland. 
The Catholic doctrine of the Trinity 
proved . . . 1756. 

Jonquil. J. L. Collins. Was she 
engaged ... P. 1875. 

Jorrocks, Mr. John. Robert Smith 
Surtees, Jorrock's jaunts and jollities. 
L. 1850. 

Joseph, Uncle. Joseph Banks, The 
trip to the Great Exhibition of Barnabas 
Blandydash and family. By... L. 1851. 

Joseph, Nathan. George Houston. — 
See "An Israelite." 

Josephus, Jr. Joseph Barry. The 
annals of Harper's Perry, from . . . 1704 
to . . . 1860 . . . Hagerstown, Md., 

Josh, Uncle. Otis Whitcomb, of Swan- 
sea, N.H., in the original play entitled 
"Joshua Whitcomb." 

Joslyn, M^Jor Jep. J. E, P. Doyle. 

Josslyn, Jeff. J. E. Ferguson. Wash- 
ington correspondent of "Texas Sift- 

Journalist, IL Samuel R. Hammond 
and Lewis W. Mansfield. Country mar- 
gins and summer rambles of . . . N.Y. 

Journalist, A« Charles T. Congdon, 
Beminlscences of . . . B. 1880. 

Journey-man, A. Charles F. Black- 
bum. A continental tour of eight days 
for forty-four shillings. L. 1870. 

Journeyman Engineer, The. Thomas 
Wright. Johnny Robinson: the story 
of ... an " Intelligent Artisan." By . . . 
L. 1868. ' 

Journeyman Mason, A. Hugh Mil- 
ler. Poems written in the leisure hours 
of . . . Inverness, 1820. 

Journeyman Printer, A. Charles 
Manby Smith. The working man's way 
in the world ; or, the autobiography of a 
Journeyman Printer. L. 1853. 

Journeyman Tailor, A. P. D. HolU 
haus. Wanderings of . . . through Eu- 
rope and the East, 1824-40. N.Y. 1842. 

Joyeuse, Vjrvian. Winthrop Mack- 
worth Praed, in his contributions to 
"Knight's Quarterly Magazine" (L.). 

Judy, Aunt. Mrs. Margaret (Scott) 
Gatty. The fairy godmothers, and other 
tales. L. 1851. 

Jugg, M. T. Joseph Howard, Jr., in 
the New York "Herald." 

Jules. Jean Joseph Gamier. Trait<^ 
du change. Paris, 1841. 

Julia, Aunt. Julia Colman. Boys 
and girls' illustrated bird-book. N.Y. 

Julian. Karl Richard Waldemar 
Uschner. Der letzte Mlnnesflnger. 1875. 

Julio. Joseph Sykes, M.A. Later 
poems ... L. 1871. 

Julius. Richard Rush. Probably his 
signature in the Philadelphia "Port- 
folio " of 1803-4. 




June, Jennie. Mrs. Jennie ( Cunning- 
ham) Croly. Jennie Juneiana. Talks on 
women's topics. By . . . B. 1804. Also 
in numerous works for juveniles. 

June, Jessie. Mrt, Simelde Forbes. 

Junta. Caleb Whitefoord, who wrote 
the letter in the "Public Advertiser" 
signed " Junia/' which had the honor of 
being replied to bj Junius himself. 

Juniolus Canadensis. Thomas Cory, 
editor of the "Quebec Mercury," who, 
in 1818, published in that paper, imder 
this pseud., an invective in the style of 
Junius, against Mr. Stuart, a member of 
the Lower Canadian House. 

Junior Sophister, A. Samuel Dexter, 
The progress of science: a poem • . . 
n.p. 1780. 

Juniper. One of the pseudonyms at- 
tributed to Junius (q-v.), 

Tbe letter thus signed (Deo. 4, 1771), le de- 
signed, like thoM of PbilOMJunius, *' to explain, 
defend, and aupport the reputation of tbe prln- 

Juniper, Julius, poet laureat to 
the Royal College of Physicians. 

Thomas Foster ^ B.A. The Bnmoniad : 
an heroic poem ... L. 1789. 

Junius. — See p. 146. 

" At the time when tbe * Letters ' appeared, 
pamphlets abounded, fixing their authorship, to 
tbe perfect satisfaction of each pamphleteer, 
upon every public man; the * Qent. Mag.' 
opened its columns to suggestions, and was filled 
with them; in 1824, the 'Monthly Magazloo' 
renewed the subject; in 1837, pamphlets again 
appeared, with fresh lights, which nickered and 
went out; and lately, VNotes and Queries' has 
worked like a mole on the subject; but they all 
have been gropings in the dark. We believe the 
* Letters ' have been fathered, with a greater or 
less degree of confidence, upon upwards of forty 

?ubllc characters. The roost favoured were 8n* 
hillp Francis, Lord I^ttelton, Colonel Barr^, 
Burke, J. Dunning (afterwards T^ord Ashbur- 
ton), Chatham, Dr. Wllmott, Hugh Boyd, 
Wilkes, Uorne Tooke, Lord George Backville, 
Governor Pownall, Sir. G. Jackson, Maclean, 
and Dr. Hidney Bwinnoy. The wildest conjec- 
tures have gained believers, and there have been 
madmen to lav them to George III., a Captain 
Allen, Suett the comedian, Combe (the author 
of *Dr. Syntax'), Bickcrton, an eccentric Oxo- 
nian, and an utterly unknown Mr. Jones. Who 
this famous writer was, will bo a question asked 
by generations to follow us." — See Andbews's 
British Journalism, Vol. I., p. 185. 

" Numerous were tbe disputants who, emulat- 
ing tbe fame of Junius, now rushed into the lists 
with high-sounding Roman names. Marcus 
Antonius, Sclpio, Brutus, Cato, Valerius, Vir- 
glnlus, plavef] the buffoon in the ' Evening Post,' 
and thonght they were dividing the laurels with 
the great gladiator of the ' Public Advertiser ' ; 
but they were Uomans only in name, — Grub- 
street claimed them for its own. Crabbe has had 
his laugh at them in his poem of 'The News- 
paper': — 

" * These Roman souls, like Rome's great sons, 

are known 
To live in ceils on labours of their own ; 

Thus Mi'o, coold w« see the noble chief, 
Feeds, lor his country's good, on legs of beef; 
Camillus copies deeds for sordid pay. 
Yet fights tbe public battles twice a day! 
E'en now, the godlike Brutus views his score 
Hcroll'd on tbe bar board, swinging with tbe 

Where, tippling punch, grave Cato's self you'U 

And Amor PatrliB vending smuggled tea.' " 

See Aitdbxwb'b British Journalism, Vol. I., 
p. 187. See also l)s Ouimcbt's Note-Book of 
an English Qpium Eater, 

Junius. Junius H. Browne. 

Junius. Ebenezer Smith Thomas, his 
signature in the ''Charleston (S.C.) City 
Gazette," 1810-16. 

Junius. Rev. Calvin Colton. The cri- 
sis of the country ... The credit sys- 
tem and the no credit system. N. Y. 1840. 

Junius. Thomas Rowe Edmonds, B.A. 
On the reform of the income and prop- 
erty tax. A letter ... to Joseph Hume, 
Esq, M.P. " Daily News " (L.), 1863. 

Junius, Jr. George T. Denison. A 
review of the militia policy of the pres- 
ent administration . . . Hamilton, 1803. 

Junius Americanus. David Everett, 
author of political essays in the " Boston 
Gazette " under this signature. 

Junius Americanus. Dr. Charles 
Lee, a frequent contributor to the " Gaz- 
etteer'* and "Public Advertiser" from 
1760 to 1771. He is referred to by Ju- 
nius in the tatter's private correspond- 
ence with Mr. Woodfall. 

Junius Americanus. Arthur Lee. 
The political detection ... L. 1770. 

Junius Americanus. George Os- 
borne Steams. A review of " A Discourse 
occasioned by the death of Daniel Web- 
ster, preached . . . October 81, by Theo- 
dore Parker "... By . . . B. 1853. 

Junius Hibemicus. John Egan, in 
his letters to the " General Evening Post " 
(Dublin, 1781-82). — See "N. & Q.," 2d 
series, viii., 166. 

Junius Secundus. William Fletcher, 
in his contributions to the "General 
Evening Post" (Dublin, 1781-«2). — See 
" N. & Q.," 2d series, viii., 166. 

Junius Secundus. Charles Kelsall. 
Constantino and Eugene ... By . . . 
Brussels, 1818. 

Jupiter of the Press, The. The 
London Times. 

Juriscola. Tench Coxe. An exami- 
nation of the conduct of Great Britain 
respecting Neutrals since the year 1791. 
B. 1808. 

Jurisconsult. S. S. Boyd. Consid- 
erations on the appointment of a Justice 
of the Supreme Court of the United 
States . . . Natchez (?), 1852. 



["Junius" Lbtticrs.] 

Juris Consultiifl. Bev, Alonzo Bowen 
Chapin, contributor to the "Knicker- 
bocker," etc., and author of a number of 
bookg and pamphlets. 

Juryman, A. William Creech, An 
account of the trial of William Brodie 
and George Smith . . . Edlnb. 1788. 

Jitrymsn, A. William Smellie. An 
address to the people of Scotland on the 
nature, powers, and privileges of juries : 
bj . . . Edinb. 1784. 

Justla, a Kno^r-Nothiiis. F, Col- 
hum Adams. Our world; or, the Demo- 
crats' rule ... L. 1855. 

Juatlfled Sinner, A. James Hogg, 
the Ettrick Shepherd. The private me- 
moirs of A Justified Sinner, written bj 
himself, with a detail of curious tradi- 
tionary facts, etc L. 1824. 

The name of the ** Binner " is Bobert Wring. 

Justinian. TTiomas Law. Remarks 
on the report of the Secretary of the 
Treasury ... By . . . Wilmington, Del., 

Justinian, of South Carolina. 
Lewis Cruger. Sovereign Bights of the 
SUtes ... W. 185-. 

Justinopliilus. Samuel Badcock. A 
letter addressed to Dr. Priestley. Exe- 
ter, 178-. 

Jnstltla. William A, Brewer, in his 
contributions to various New York and 
Boston periodicals. 

Jnstltla. Bennett Lowe. Photographic 
note book. 

Jnstltla, M. John Frearaon. The 
universal revival of religion ... L. 

Justus. C. Ebhardt. La riforma 
delle biblioteche. Milan, 1876. 

Juvenile, The. Cd. Thomas Picton^ 
in his contributions to the " Chronicle '* 
(San Francisco, Cal.), etc. 

Juvenls. J. W. Stephenson. Brent 
Knoll ... By . . . L. 1837. 

Juvenls. R. O. Arrowsmith. Doubts 
upon the reasoning of Dr. Paley ... L. 

Juvenls Suflblclensis. Robert Reeve, 
in "Gent. Mag.," January, 1806, p. 

Juvlnell, Uncle. Morrison Heady. 
The Farmer Boy [Washington], and how 
he became Commander-in-Chief ... B. 


It is not my intention — and, even did I wish to do so, the limits of the present 
work forbid it — to give a complete history of these celebrated letters. The subject 
has been practically exhausted in the many excellent editions quoted hereafter, and 
I shall confine mjself to the following statistics: — 

L The date of appearance of the letters signed "Junius," together with a list of 
the other signatures employed by this writer; to which latter pseudonyms, cross* 
references will be found scattered throughout this work. 

II. A list of all the claimants to the authorship, with the respective merits of 

IIL A bibliography of the subject. 

IV, Miscellaneous notes, etc. 

L The letters signed "Junius" ap- 
peared in the "Public Advertiser" of 
the following dates: — 

Nov. 21, 
Jan. 21, 
Feb. 7, 
Ffeb. 21, 
Ifiir. 3, 
Mat. 18, 
Apr. 10, 
Apr. 21, 
Apr. 24, 
Hay 80, 
July 8, 
July 10, 
Jaly 20, 
Aag. 8, 
Aug. 22, 


Sept. 7, 1700. 


Sept. 10, 1700. 


Sept. 26, 1700. 


Oct. 18, 1700. 


Oct. 17, 1700. 


Oct. 20, 1700. 


Nov. 15, 1700. 




Nov. 29, 1700. 


Dec. 12, 1700. 


Deo. 19, 1769. 


Feb. 14, 1770. 


Mar. 10, 1770. 


Apr. 8, 1770. 


Hay 28, 1770. 

Aug. 22, 
Nov. 14, 
Jan. 30, 
Apr. 22, 
Judo 22, 
July 0, 
July 24, 
Aug. 13, 



Sept 28, 1771. 
Sept. 80, 1771. 
Oct. 6, 1771. 
Nov. 2, 1771. 
Nov. 28, ini. 
Jan. 21, 1772. 
(Two letters.) 

See alio:— A. B. Amleue Curiae. Anti- 
Belial. Anll'Fox. Anti-Sejanos, Jnn. Antl- 
Btuart. Attlcu*. Auffur. BIfrons. Brutua. 
C. Correggio. Crito. Oumbriensls. Domitlan. 
Downright. A Faithful Monitor. Fiat Justltla. 
O. W. Henricus. Juniper. L. L. A Labourer 
in the tame Cause. Lucius. Mneroon. Moder- 
ator. Moderatus. Nemesis. Phalarls. Pbl!o- 
Jnnlus. Pomona. Poplicola. QinthoCom;r. 
Scotus. Simplex. Temporum Fellcltas. Tcs- 
tleulua. Testis. Valerius. Veteran. Vladex. 

["Jcxica" LBTTBua.] 


A Whig. Wby ? X. X. T. 7L Your Real 

Bee aleo <* Notes and Qaerlee/* let Ser., x\. 
TSa; zli. 299. 

II. The following list of 61 names, 
embraces the personages to whom these 
celebrated letters have been attributed. 
The Roman numerals appended to the 
notes indicate the corresponding work in 
the bibliograph/ (Part III.)* 

Adair, James, M.P., Serjeant at Law. 
d. 1708. 

A Mr. Bergeant Adair was onco produced, on 
the plea of certain ephemeral parapnlets, but the 
f eebleuMs they evinced cauaea bim lo be quickly 
given up.— VVAOB, "Junius." ii. xv. 

The reader should also consult the lengthpr 
argument of Mr. Adair ogalnst granting a nolle 
proteqtU in favor of the messengen of the House 
of Commons, and tbo reference to this case in 
Junius' letter of April 0, 1771. 

Allen, Captain. — Sec "Notes and 
Queries/' 1st Ser., xi. 302. 

Barr^, Ideut-Col. Isaac, M.P. 

In the works by Britton and Jaques (Nos. 
Lxzzv. and Lzxxn.), I find the opinion ex- 
pressed thai Barr^ was aided by Lord Bhelbume 
and Dunning (afterwards Lord A«bburtOD). 
The " Morning Herald," as eorly as 1813, sUted 
that the Earl of Bhelbume was probably Junius, 
and that Barrd and Dunning sMlstod him. 

For the claims advanced in favor of and 
against Barr^, see Jaques' work, p. 141, AiU- 
bone, Britton, Wade, u. zzix. and No. i.ttvi. 

Bentinck, WUIiam Henry Ca\*en- 


His name is mentioned in Coventry'a '''Critical 
Enquiry" (see No. ua.), 

Bickerton, Mr. 

In the " Oxford Spy " (Oxf.), 1818, p. 24, will 
be found a notice of this eccentric individual, 
who is said to have kept a horse in Hertford 
College, Oxford, which was sometimes seen 
looking out of a window on the second floor. 
For additional information, see ** Notes and Que- 
ries," 1st Ser., xi. 870. 

Boyd, Hugk M'Aulay. b. 1740; d. 

Boyd's claims are summarily disposed of In 
Wade's work (No. lxxyii.). Almon, in the 
iirat volume of " Anecdotes," published in 1797, 
deeignates Boyd as the author of Junius. Bee 
also Wraxall, " Memoira of his own Time," 1836, 
11. 03-94, and Noe. xxx., xxxiti., xux., LI. 

Boyd has been described as " an admirer of 
Junius, and vain enough to wish to be thought 
the author. " 

As to Macaulay Boyd's being the author of 
Junlus's Lettera, It is a perfect Joke ; no two 
characters can bo more perfectly unlike than 
Boyd and Junius. -^ Butler, " iieminiscences," 

Burke, Rt. Hon. Edmund, b. 1728 ; 

d. 1797. 

Bishop Markham, an early fHend and patron 
of Burtce, taxed the latter with the authorship 
of the " Lettera," telling him that his house was 
a "nest of adders." Although Burke never 
made any positive denial to this imputation, he 
certainly dbavowed any connection with Junius, 

on three distinct occasions. Firstly, be sold to 
Charles Townshend, *' I give you my word and 
honour that I am not the author of Junius." — 
Bee Burke's ** Correspondence," by Lord Fits. 
William, 1. 260-275. Secondly, be positively de- 
nied the imputed authorship, on being ques- 
tioned by Sir William Draper: and lastlv, be 
made a denial to Johnson, when he said, "I 
could not if I would, and I would not if I 
could." — See Bosweli's "Johnson," iv., for the 
detailed circumstances. 

It seems somewhat strange, however, tliat 
Burke should have been so generally suspocted 
as the author. That such was the case, never- 
theless, is obvious, not onlyfrom the opinion at 
flret entertained by Sir William Draper, but 
from various public accusations conveyed in the 
periodicals of the day. The letter of Zeno in 
the •' Public Advertiser," dated Oct. 15, 1771, is 
addressed '* to Junius, alku Edmund the Jesuit 
of St. Omer's." 

See also Wade's edition of Woodfall, ii., 
xxvii. 138, and Nos. zzzvin., LZix., lxiv., and 


Burke, William. — See No. lxxxvi. 

Butler, John, Bishop of HerefonL 
d. 1802. 

Butler was secretary to the Rt. Hon. Bilson 
Legge, Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Wilkes 
is said to have suspected him as the author. 
Butler, however, was a roan of no political cour- 
age, and bis works lack the fire which character- 
ize the " Letten." His ctsims are discussed In 
Dr. Good's Essay, in the edition published in 1814. 

Camden, Charles, liOfd. b. 1713; d. 


It appears almost ludicrous to note that the 
great Lord Camden was suspected, simpiv on 
the ground of his dislike to the law and politics 
of Chief Justice Mansfield. — Wjjdb. 

De liolme, John Ijewis. b. 1745 ( ? ) ; 
d. 1807. 

De Loiroe*s claims are advocated In Dr. Bus- 
by's work (see No. xlvi.), but it must be remem- 
bered that he only arrived in England in 170B. 
Ht5 is the author of an elegantly written " Essay 
on the English Constitution," which is quoted 
by Jnnius. 

Dunning, John, afterwards Uord 
Ashburton. b. 1731; d. 1783. 

The soul of Junius is, as wo conlecture, com- 
memorated in the picture exhibited in Sir Joshud 
Kcvnold's gallery, representing Lord Sholbumc 
of Junlus's day, Mr. Dunning, and Colonel Barr6 
of parliamentary fame, in conference. — JaQUES, 
p. 141. (See Barr6, arite.) 

Heron espouses the claims of Dunning, and 
Britton Includes him among his claimants; but 
a very strong point against him is the fact that 
he was appointed solicitor-general in December, 
1767, and held that office until March, 1770. 
Hence, admitting that he was Junius, the fan.ous 
letter " to the king," in December, 1760. must 
have proceeded from Ids Majesty's own solicitor- 
general 1 The Earl of Shelbume, who was In- 
timately acquainted with Dunnlne, often declared 
that the latter did not " write a line of Junius.'* 

Dyer, Samuel, b. 1725; d. 1772. 

Dyer is referred to in Malone's ** Life of Dry- 
den,'' as "a man of excellent taste and profound 
erudition, whose principal literary work, ufuier 
a Roman xifftttUure, when the veil with which 
for near thirty-six years it lias been enveloped 
shall be removed, will place him In a high runk 


["Junius" Letters.] 

among Eogllth writers, and traotmit a namo 
&OW little known, with distingulahed luatro to 

Malone held the opinion that if B'lrko did not 
write the Letters, they were at least written by 
some one who had received considerable nid 
from Burke in composing them. It is said that 
npon Dyer's death, Uurke obtained and destroyed 
ail the papers which he had left behind him. 

Ifalono strongly fitvored the claims of Dyer, 
but it must be remembered that this claimant 
was a very old man at the time when these let- 
ters appeared, a fact inconsistent with the vigor 
and fire thfiy exhibit. 

8eo also Dr. Good's Essay, and *' Notes and 
Queries," 2d Ser., iz. 261. 

Flood, Henry, b. 1732; d. 1701. 

For extensive criticisms in favor of and against 
the claims of this Irish orator, the reader Is re- 
ferred to Dr. Good's Essay, Wade i. 79 (No. 
Lzzvn.), and **Note« and Queries," 2d Her., 
viil. 101, 180, 250. 

Francis, Sir PhOlp. b. 1740; d. 1818. 

The external evidence Is, we think, such as 
would support A verdict in a civil, nay, In a crim- 
inal proceeding. The handwriting of Junius is 
the very peculiar handwriting of Francis, slightly 
diagoisea. As to the position, pursuits, and 
eonnections of Junius, the following are the 
most important (acta which can be considered as 
clearly proved: First, thai he was acquainted 
with the technical forms of the secretary of 
state's office; secondly, that he was intimately 
acquainted with the business of the War-office ; 
thirdly, that he, during the year 1770, attended 
debates in the House of Lords, and took notes of 
speechea, particularly of the speeches of Lord 
Oiatbam ; lourthlv, that he bitterly resented the 
appointment of Mr. Chamler to the place of 
depntv-secretary of war; fifthly, that he was 
bound by some strong tie to the first Lord Hol- 
land. Now, Francis passed some years in the 
secretary of state's oflaco. He was subsequently 
chief clerk of the War-office. He repeatedly 
mentioned that he had himself, in 1770, heard 
speeches of Lord Chatham; and some of these 
speechea were actually printed from his notes. 
Ho resigned his clerkahip at the War-office from 
resentment at the appointment of Mr. Chamler. 
It was by Lord Holland that ho was firat intro- 
duced into the public service. Now, here are 
five marks, all of which ought to be found in 
Junius. Thev are all five found in Francis. 
We do not believe that more than two of them 
can bo found in any other person whatever. If 
this argument does not settle the question, there 
la an end of all reasoning on circumstantial evi- 
dence. — Macaitlat. 

My own impression Is that the "Lettera of 
Junius " were written bv Sir Philip Francis. In 
a speech which I once ucard him deliver at the 
Mansion House, concerning the partition of Po- 
land, I had A striking proof that Oancis pos- 
sessed no ordinary powers of eloquence. — Roo- 
ZBS, " Table Talk,'^ p. 272. 

I liave inserted the foregoing quotations, to in- 
dicate what has been said in favor of Francis' 
cdaims; If the reader is curious enough to pur- 
sue the subject more extensivelv, he will find a 
chapter on the disputed question In the *' Memoira 
of etr Philip Francis," by I'arkes and Merivale, 
L. 18S7, 1. 223-303. See also Taylor's works, Nos. 
XL. and ZLYin. ; Wade, ii. zxx.-xc. No. lzxtii. ; 
"Notes and Queries," 1st Ser., xi. 117, and Nos. 
Ur^ LTI., LVIt., Lxxvrii., xc. 

'The following letter, taken from the " Atho- 
n«am,'* March IC, 1S61, may be of Interest in this 
place: — 

My Deab Pabexs, — 

I have often tried to guess the meaning of the 
motto to Junius, *'Stat nominU umbra" *'The 
shadow of the name stands." But in looking, the 
other day, at the title-page of the *' Etvmologlcon 
Angllcanum," I thought that I could guess the 
meaning. The title is, — 

Franciscil Junll 
Francisci Filii 

And under the frontispiece are these words :— 

Franciseus Junius, 
Francisci Filius. 

We know that Sir P. Francis often gave ob- 
scure liints as to his authorship of Junius. I 
think that by the words, '* Stat iUfmirUa umbra,** 
he meant to indicate that Junius was the son of 
Francis. This may seem far-fetched ; but what 
other explanation of the motto can you give? My 
explanation is ttiat he meant to establish a claim 
to the authorship, without being forced to make 
that claim ; which. In fact, he never had the cour- 
ts* to do. N. w. SENIOR. 

Taylor, in Woodfall's edition of 1812, was the 
firat person who fixed upon Francis as the author ; 
but he fell into one of the snares which Junius 
had adroitly laid for cnauirers. Misled " by one 
of those well-contrived feints that were me;mt to 
mislead," Mr. Taylor inferred that Junius must 
be a person of advanced yeara, and fixed upon 
the Rev. Philip Francis, the father of Sir Philip, 
as the author. The eider Francis was a fine classi- 
cal scholar, celebrated for his masterly transla- 
tions of Horace and Demosthenes ; but when Mr. 
Taylor discovered him to be ten years older than 
he nad at first been led to believe, ho devoted alt 
his attention toward proving the claims of the 
younger man, and embodied his researches in a 
subsequent volume. 


Sir Nathaniel Wraxall Is convinced that Sir 
Philip Francis was the author of Junius. I do 
not yet believe it. He was too vain a man to let the 
secret die with him. — Sir Eoebton Brtdobs' 
** Notes on Wraxall's Memoirs." 

I persist in thinking that neither Mr. Burke 
nor Philip Francis was the author of the let- 
ters under the signature of Junius. I think the 
mind of the flret so superior, and the mind of the 
latter so inferior, to that of Junius, as to put 
the supposition that cither of them was Junius 
wholly out of the question. — Mb. Charles But- 
ler's Letter to Mr. E. H. Barker, June 14, 1828. 

We must all grant that a strong case has been 
made out for f^nds; but I could set up very 
stout objections to those claims. It was not In 
his nature to keep a secret. Ho would have told 
it from vanity, or from his courage, or from his 
patriotism. His bitterness, his vivacity, his acute- 
ncss, are stamped, in characters very i)eculiar, 
upon manv publications that bear his name ; and 
verv faint indeed is their resemblance to the spirit, 
ana, in an extended sense of the word, to the style, 
of Junius. — Db. Parr. 

With reference to the claims of Sir Philip, I 
am Inclined to use the form of argument called a 
•• dilemma." Thus, if Sir Philip Francis was the 
author of the letters, he was a ncurrilous libel- 
ler; if he was not, he was aplendide mendaXt^ 
lUrum horum mavis acdpe. -^ John Wilkins, 
In 1865. 

Francis' claims are also adveraely discussed in 
Fellows' " The Posthumous Works of Junlns." 
No. Lxvn.; Jaqnefl, p. 173, No. Lxxv.; "Notes 
and Queries,'* 2d Ser., vi. 43; 3d Ser., viU. 183, 

["Juirius" Lbttbkb.] 


856, xl. 103; 4tb 8er.. xl. 180, 178. 202, 248, 887, 
i'25, 405, 512, xii. 33, 09, 81 ; and No«. lit., ltui., 
Lziv., uocxm. 

George III., King of England. 

** Ma*am Sorres condomns oil aaplrera to pot 
That prate of a Juolus, since Uncle Wllmot 
Banks scribe of each letter she dares pledge her 

As suro as not one came from King George the 


See Ireland's poem, " Scrlbbleomanla,*' p. 808, 
for a carious note on tills subject. 

Gibbon, Edward, b. 1737; d. 1704. 

This claimant, beyond holding a position, does 
not seem to have distinguished himself to any 
extent In the politics of his day, his mind being 
too absorbed in the great task which has made 
him fSomdOQS. Bee Nos. lii., lit. 

Glover, Richard, b. 1712; d. 1785. 

Johnston declares that ho has no faith in the 
claim of UloTer, althoush bis advocates, as cor- 
roborative facts, assert that he " wore a bag, with 
his wig accurately dressed, and carried a small 
cocked hat under his arm, before the year 1770, 
and in this costume constantly walk^l, in fine 
weather, from his house In Bt. James Street, in 
Westminster, into the city*'; this fact being 
brought forward in proof of his being identicu 
with the " tall gentleman " who threw the letter 
into Mr. Woodfall's office in Ivy Lane. 

Wrnxall, in his '* Memoirs of his own Time," 
1830, 11. 07, states that Glover's son assured him 
that *' ho had not the least reason to suppose or 
to believe that his father composed the fetters of 
Junius." Bee Nos. zu., zlii. 

Grattan, Henry, b. 1750; d. 1820. 

Grattan's claims were advocated by R. Perry 
in 1831; in the 1800 edition of the '* Letters,^' 
published by Almon, the compiler save that it 
was supposed by some that Grattan and Maclean 
wero the joint authors. Mr. Almon addressed a 
letter of inquiry to the Irish patriot, which evoked 
the following reply : -^ 

Sib, — I frankly assure you that I know noth- 
ing of Junius, except that I am not the author. 
When Junius began 1 was a boy, and knew noth- 
ing of politics, or the persons concerned in them. 

I am. Sir, not JunitM, but your very good 
wisher and obedient servant, 

JhOain, Nov. 4, 1806. ^ GRATTAN. 

Greatrakes, William, b. 1720; d. 

This claimant is brought forward in the " Qeni, 
Mag." for December, 1813, ixxzili. 647; in Cov- 
entry's "Critical Enquiry," No. LZi.; and In 
Wraxall's " Memoirs." 

Greatrakes, a native of Ireland, died suddenly 
at Hungerford, on his way fh>m Bristol to Lon- 
don, and was buried there, with the words " stat 
nominis umbra " insert bed on his tombstone. As 
this motto figures on the " Junius " title-page, it 
is easy to imagine how he comes to be classed 
among the claimants. Britton undertakes to prove 
that Greatrakes was the amanuensis employed by 
Junius to copy his letters for the " Pobilo Adver- 
tiser"; "but it ought first to he shown," says 
Wade, " that .Junius employed an amanuensis. 
If he did, and Greatrakes was his penman, it 
could hardly give him a claim to the motto of his 
principal. That was a distinction, which, if it 
has any significance, could be applicable only to 
the shadow of a shade that wrote the letters, not 
the copyist of them." 

Grenvllle, George, b. 1712; d. 1770. 

The prime-minister died before the letters 
were discontinued, hence but little attention 
need be paid to his claims. 

Grenvllle, James, d. 1783. 

He was the brother of the preceding, and Lord 
of the Treasury. Although he has been accused 
of the authorship, he himself established no claims 
to the honor. 

Hamilton, William Gerard. b. 

1720 ; d. 1706. 

This claimant is mentioned in Pr. Good's 
essay; and a letter in the *' Publio Advertiser ** 
of Nov. 80, 1771, is addressed to William Junius 
Singlespeecb, EaO' Fox said, that, although be 
would not back Hamilton against the field, he 
would back him against any single claimant; and 
Wraxall declares, that, " throughout the various 
companies in which, from 1775 down to the pres- 
ent time, I have heard this mysterious question 
agitated, the great majority concurred in giving 
to Hamilton the merit of oom posing the 'Let- 
ters ' under examination." Mrs. Plozzl and Sam- 
uel Johnson were both inclined to believe in his 

The only reason that appears for these letters 
ever having been attributed to Hamilton was that 
he happened to be aware of the context of a let- 
ter which did not make its appearance until the 
following day. (For a full account of this curioua 
story, the reader is referred to " Notes and Que- 
ries,'^ 2d Scr., vi. 44.) 

The arguments against him are four in num- 
ber, and very conclusive : — 

1. He was Chancellor of the Exchequer In 
Ireland from September, 1700, to April, 1704,— 
the period when all the letters appeared. 

2. When questioned on the subject, by Earl 
Temple, he positively denied the authorship. See 
Dr. food's " Essay,'' p. M. 

8. Woodfall declared that neither Burke nor 
Hamilton were responsible for the Letters. 

4. Hamilton again dlstinctl v denied the author- 
ship. Just before his death, when questioned by a 
member of the House of Commons. 

HoUis, James. 

He is referred to, as a claimant, by Wade and 

Hoilis, Thomas, b. 1720; d. 1774. 

Alluded to in Coventry's "Critical Enquiry,'* 
No. LZI. 

Jackson, Sir George, Secretary of the 

For an account of the claims advanced in hit 
favor, see " Notes and Queries," 1st Ser., i. 172, 

Jones, Sir William, b. 1746; d. 1704. 

Mentioned, as a claimant, by Coventry and 

Kent, Jolin. d. 1773. 

Kent wished to pass for Junius; but, accord- 
ing to Almon, ho was only a newspaper editor, 
at a small weekly salary. See the "Letter** 
dated July 21, 1700, in which Junius refers io 
this personage. 

Lee, MaJ.-Gen. Charles, b. 1731 ; d. 

In 1803, Ocn. Leo Is said to have acknowl- 
edged himself the author. If the reader Is de- 
sirous of seeing some curious evidence against 
the claimant, he is referred to Wade, i. 01-^. 


["Junius" Lbttbbs.] 

While Olrdlestone (No*, xzzin. and zzzni.) 
M etfectivoly espoused his claims. 

liloyd, Charles, d. 1773. 

Lloyd was the private secretary to George 
OrenvIUe, and among those who believed in his 
claims was Dr. Parr. It roust not, however, be 
forgotten, that this claimant died, an old man, 
just after the letters had ceased, which fact is 
scarcely in harmony with the spirit they exhibit. 
Bee the interesting book by Mr. Barker, Nos. 
Lxm., uav.; also Jaques* work, 147-171, No. 

liyttleton, Thomas, 2d Lord. b. 
1744; d. 1779. 

Mr. DUke, in his " Papers of a Critic,*' vol. 
il., and Mr. Thorns, in *' Notes and Queries," 1st 
6er., zi. 198, have shown that Lyttleton no 
longer deserves a place among the Junius claim- 

See also «' Notes and Qoeriee," 1st 8er., vill. 
31; "Litteirs Living Age," xliL 223; and the 
** Quarterly Review," ze. 91. 

3Iaclean, Iiaughlln. b. 1727; d. 1777. 

This claimant had been nnder-secretary of 
atato during Lord Shelburne's possession of the 
office for tho southern department. (Bee Ju- 
nius' " Lcttf'r," of date March 0, 1771.) During 
the years 1709 and 1770, when Junius was most 
active, Mr. Macl<«n *' waa absorbed in his own 
pecuniary difficulties consequent on gambling In 
India stock " ; and in 1772 ho was acting as 
collector in the city of Philadelphia in this 
country, while the ** Letters " were still appear- 
ing in England. 8eeOalt,"Lifeof Wcst.^ Al- 
roon, in 1806, thought that ho was a joint-author 
with Orattan. Twenty .two ailments have been 

ftublished in favor of Maclean, in " Waldio's (P.) 
Jbrary," edited by John Jay Smith. See also 
** Notes and Queries," 2d Ser., vii. 310. 

Marshall, Rev. Edmund, d. 1707. 

This gentleman, vicar of Charing, in Kent, 
occasionally wrote political letters in tho *' Kent- 
ish Gazette," over the pseudonym of '*Cantia- 
nns." His claims are referred to in Nichols' 
"Literary Illustratioiifl of the Eighteenth Cen- 
tar)-," viU. 680. 

Paine, Thomas, b. 1787 ; d. 1800. 

See No. LXZZix. Tho audacity of the author 
of this work is my apology for Its insertion. 

Pitt, WiUlam, Earl of Chatham, b. 

1708; d. 1778. 

Chatham could not Tery well have been Ju- 
nius, as the latter was very anzious to obtain 
duplicate proofs from the printer to forward to 
PiU (SCO the ** Chatham Papers," p. 52), and tho 
celebrated letter to Lord Mansfield, it is well 
known, was sent to Chatham some days before 
it was printed. Moreover, Pitt, ** though most 
effective in oratory, was careless in literary com- 
position; Inezact, loose, and repetitionary: very 
unlike Junius, who not onlv polished his publlo 
Icttera to the highest flnish, hut never let the 
most brief or trivial private note escape him un- 
marked by the hand of a master." See also 
" Notes and Queries," 3d S er., vl ii. 856, 440, and 
27oa. XXZIT., LXX., LXZI., Lzxm., lzzxv. 

Portland, WUliam, Duke ot b. 

1738; d. 1800. 

See Mr. Johnston's work, No. zltxi.. In which 
tho author argues that the prindpal object of the 
** fatten" was tho restoration of the estate of 
the Duke of Portland, part of which had been 
taken fh>m him in 1707 and granted to Sir James 

Lowther, who had married Lord Bute's daugh- 

Pownall, Thomas, b. 1722 ; d. 1805. 
— See No. lxxziy. 

Rich, Ijleut.-Col., Sir Robert. — - See 


Roberts, John. d. 1772. 

This gentleman was anonymously accused of 
having written tho Letten in the ** Public Ad- 
vertiser," March 21, 1772, et ptuHm. He died 
July IS, 1772, before the Junius Letters were 

Rosenhagen, Rev. Philip. 

Upon the authority of Gerard Hamilton, it is 
related by Almon that Bosenhagen endeavored 
to obtain a pension from Lord North, by stipu- 
lating that Junius (he himself) should write no 
more. But there u no similarity In the hand- 
writing of this claimant to that of Junius, and, 
moreover, Kosenhagen being of foreign eztrac- 
tion, could hardly he master of the idiomatic 

Shraseolocr^ that Junius had at his command. 
ee also *' Notes and Queries," 3d Ser., v. 16. 

SackvUle, George, Viscount, b. 

1710; d. 1786. 

Dr. Good, in his preliminary essay to Wood- 
fall's edition of 1812, states that *' Sir William 
Draper divided his suspicions between this 
nobleman and Mr. Burke, and upon the personal 
and unequivocal denial of the latter, he trans- 
ferred them entirely to the former : and that Sir 
William was not the onlv person who suspected 
his lordship even from the firat, is evident fh>m 
the private letter of Junius, which asserts that 
Swlnney had actually called upon Lord Sack- 
ville and taxed him with being Junius, to his 
face. (See Private Letter, 6.) 

SackvlUe on one occasion observed to a friend, 
" I should be prond to be capable of writing as 
Junius has done; but there are many passages 
in his lettere I should be very sorry to have writ- 
ten." Hia lordship, moreover, was afterward 
created Lord George Germaine, a favorite of 
George III., and unlikely to be his accuser. See 
also Chalmera, " Appendix to the Supplemental 
Apology," p. 7 (No. xxz) ; Wraxall, " Memoin 
of^his own Time," ii. 00; and Nos, ua., um., 


Shelbume, Rarl of, Marquis of Lans- 
downe. d. 1804. 

He disclaimed the distinction, only a week 
before his death, on being personally applied to 
on the subject of Junius by the late Sir Klchard 
Phillips. — Wads. 

See also Barr6 and Dunning, ante. 

Stanhope, Philip Dormer, Earl of 
Chesterfield, b. 1695; d. 1772. 

Ohesterileld was over seventy yeara of age 
when the Lettera appeared, and Mr. Dilke, in 
the " Papers of a Critic, " ii., states that he wrote 
to the Bishop of Waterfoid, — "I am prodig- 
iously old, and every month of the calendar adds 
at least a year to my age. My hand trembles to 
that degree that I can hardly hold my pen. My 
underatanding stuttera and my memory fum* 

See Nos. lt., t.tttt.. 

Suett, Richard, d. 1805. 

See No. Lni. A work described as " a clumsy 
display of wit and learning; the former consist* 
ingof stale anecdotes and ill-put Jokes; the lat* 
ter of U>oktd-for quotations. To Justify hia 

["Juhidb" Lettxbs.] 


catchpenny-title, about a dosen paget at the end 
are given to the autbor's interview with a dying 
•tranger, who oonfeMed himself to be Suett the 
comedian, and the author of Junlua. 

Temple, Richard, Earl. b. 1711; 
d. 1779. 

The third volume of the " Qrenville Papers," 
edited by William J. Smith (L. 1852), contains a 
discussion on the authenticity of the Junius Let- 
ters, with specimens of the handwriting of Rich- 
ard Grenvllie, Lord Temple, et aL, assuming the 
latter to be Junius, and his wife the amanuensis. 

Mr. Wade very Justly obser^'es that "Earl 
Temple was not reputed by a discerninff Judge 
to be a writer of competent power to wing the 
shafts of Junius . . . Temple was nn active poli- 
tician, a Peer of Parliament, and brother-in-law 
of Lord Chatham, and had no need of the ' Pub- 
lic Advertiser ' to circulate his opinions." See 
Ko. LXIZ. 

Tooke, John Home. b. 1736; d. 

In the ''Memoirs of John Home Tooke," 11. 
858, I find it stated that he alwavs appeared 
much perturbed when the subject of Junius was 
Introduced. He waa once asked if he knew the 
author, and crossing his knife and fork on hla 
plate and assuming a stern look, he answered, 
** I do." '< After this," says Mr. Stephen. '* his 
manner, tone, and attitude were all too formida- 
ble to admit of any further Interrogatories." 
Bee Nos. vui., zzvui., zlxu., xliv., lxy., 

Walpole, Horatio, Earl of Orford. 
b. 1717; d. 1797. 

Coventry has thoroughly exploded anv claims 
which this personage may have been invested 
with. See Wilke's •« Papers of a CriUc," 11. 158. 

Wedderbam, Alexander. Lord 
Loughborough, b. 1733; d. 1805. 

Lord Holland, in his ** Memoirs of the Whig 
Party," remarks that Qeorge III. always re- 
garded Lord Loughborough as Junius. I be- 
lieve that Lord Holland adds that King William 
IV. was his informant. 

Lord Campbell repudiates the notion of Wed- 
derbum being Junius. Sir Nathaniel Wrazail, 
in his "Memoirs of his own Time" (ii. 97), 
states that " during many years of mv life, not- 
withstanding the severity with whlcn Wedder- 
bum is treated by ' Junius,' I nourished a strong 
belief, approaching to conviction, that the late 
Earl of Kos8lyn, then Mr. Wedderbum, was 
himself the author of these Letters, and that 

f»ersons of credit had recognized the handwrlt- 
ng to be that of Mrs. Wedderbum, bis first 

WUkes, John. b. 1727 ; d. 1797. 

It is said that a wag first propagated the re- 
port that Wilkes was Junius, In the columns of 
the *' Gazetteer." He asserted that, while going 
over St. George's Fields, he picked up a piece of 
blotted MS., containing a portion of the last 
Junius I^etter, which had been thrown out with 
the sweepings from King's Bench prison, where 
Wilkes wns then ii prisoner. A correspondent 
of the "Gent. Mag." (Hz. 786) renewed the 
statement, but nothing in support of the hypoth- 
esis has been produced. 

John Mason Good, in his preliminary essay, 
remarks, '* that Wilkes Is not the author must 
be clear to everv one who will merely give a 
fflnnce at either the public or the private letters. 
Wilkes could not nave abuccd lilinself in the 
manner he is occasionally abused in the former; 

nor woold he hare said in the latter ^Inoe there 
was no necessity for his so saying), * I have been 
out of town for three weeks,' at a time when he 
was closely confined in the King's Bench." 
See Nos. Tiu., zi. 

Wilmot, James, D.D. b. 1726; d. 

Wm. Beckford, the author of "Vathek," la 
said in a conversation In the **New Monthly 
Magazine," to have expressed his opinion that 
Wilmot was Junius, but he adduced no facta to 
prove his statement. 

Probably the only other personage who be- 
lieved in the claims of Wilmot was his niece, the 
celebrated Olivia Wilmot Serres, ei-derant 
Princess of Cumberland, and she waa an impos- 
tor herself. See Nos. xxzix., L.; the "Gent. 
Mag." for 1818 and 1814; and "Notes and Que- 
ries," 4th 6er., 11. 113. 

Wray, Daniel, b. 1701 ; d. 1783. 

Wray was Deputy Teller of the Exchequer 
by favor of the Hardwicke family. See Nichols' 
" Illustrations of Literary History " ; " Notes 
and Queries," 2d Ser., 11. 164; and No. lxyxii. 

IlL The Bibliography of Junius. 

When a title is preceded by an asterisk (*), it 
Is to indicate that the work in question has been 
personally examined by me. Subsequent editions 
of the same work are omitted. 

I. *Feame, Charles. — An Impartial 
answer to the Doctrine delivered in a 
Letter which appeared in the Public 
Advertiser under the signature of "Ju- 
nius." L. 1700. 8vo. 

II. *The Political Contest, containing 

a Series of Letters between Junius and 

Sir Will. Draper : also the whole of Ju- 

niu8*s I^etters to his Grace the J)*** of 

G**«««* [,>., the Duke of Grafton], 

brought into one point of view. L., 

Newbery, a. a. but Aug. 1709. 8vo. 

See also " Notes and Queries," 1st Ser., vi. 
224, 239, 261, 2S5, 383. 

III. The Political Contest, Part XL; 
being a Continuation of Junius' Letters 
from the Gth of July to the present 
Time. L., Newbery, a. a. but Sept. 1769. 

iv. The Political Contest, containing 
all the Letters between Junius and Sir 
William Draper. Also the wiiole of Ju- 
nius's Letters to the D*k*8 of G»****n 
and B»****d [».«., Bedford]. And his 
last Letter on the Rescue of a General 
Officer. Dublin, 17(59. 8vo. 

liOwndes states that this is called the third 
edition, and that it is probably a reprint of the 
second London edition. 

v. *A Collection of the Letters of 
Atticus, Lucius, Junius, and others. 
With ob8eryation8 and notes. L., Ai- 
mon, 1709. 8vo. 

VI. [Same title.] New Edition, con- 
tinued to the end of October, 1709. L., 
Almon, 1709. 8vo. 


["Junius" Letters.] 

Yii. [Same title.] New Edition, con- 
tinued to the end of November, 1769. 
L., Almon, 1769. Sto. 

vxii. *LitereBting Letters selected 

from the Correspondence of Messrs. 

Wilkes, Home [Tooke], Beckford, and 

Junius. With anecdotes never before 

published. L., Nicholl, 1769. Svo. 

TbU la ft mnaU pamphlet of 04 pages, and a 
parody on the subject. 

IX. A Vindication of the D of 

G [i.«. the Duke of Grafton], in 

Answer to a Letter signed "Junius" in- 
serted in the "Public Advertiser" of 
Saturday, the 18th of March. L., Nich- 
oU, 1709. Svo. 

X. Two Letters from Junius to the 

D of G , on the Sale of a Patent 

Place in the Customs at Exeter. To 
which is added, a Letter from Junius, 
containing an Address supposed to have 
been made to a Great Personage. Taken 
from the "Public Advertiser." L. [no 
publisher's name], December, 1769. Svo. 

XI. * An Address to Junius on his Let- 
ter in the "Public Advertiser," Dec. 
19, 1769. L. [no publisher's name] 

1769. Svo. 

A pamphlet, In which the letters are attributed 
to Wilkes. A second edition appeared in 1770. 

XII. The Twelve Letters of Canana: 

on the impropriety of petitioning the 

King to dissolve the Parliament. L. [? 

a publisher's name] 1770. Svo. 

A pamphlet of 44 pages, and exceedingly 
scarce. See also " Notes and Qnerles," 2d Ser., 
vl. 44. 

XIII. Two Komarkable Letters of Ju- 
nius and the Freeholder, addressed to 

the K [i.e. the King], with Answers 

and Strictures. L. [no publisher's name] 

1770. Svo. 

A pamphlet entitled " The King's Answer to 
Jnnins " appeared In Philadelphia tho following 

XIV. Letters of Junius. Dublin [? 

a publisher's name], 1770. Svo. 

A volume of 108 pages, and evidently a reprint 
of Almon's collection of the early^letten. See 
T., VI., and VII., ante. 

XV. A complete Collection of Junius's 
Letters, with those of Sir William Dra- 
per. L., A. Thomson, 1770. Svo. 

This publisher Issned a second edition with 
the same title in March or April, 1770. which con- 
tained the letter of March 19lh; a third edition 
In June, 1770, with the letters of April 3d and 
May 28th ; and a fourth edition In August, 1770, 
which contained the letter of August 22d, ad- 
dressed to Lord North. 

XTi. Junius's Political Axioms, ad- 
dressed to twelve millions of People in 
Great Britain and Ireland. L., V. Grif- 
fith, $. a. [1 1770]. Svo. 

XVII. * The Letters of Junius. L. [no 

publisher's name] 1770. 12mo. 

This Is J. Wheble*8 original edition, but does 
not bear his name. There is a vignette Cap of 
Liberty on the title-page. This woric served 
Junius as copv for his edition of 1772. It con- 
cludes with the Letter to Lord North, dated 
Aug. 22, 1770. The second edition appeared the 
same year, bore Wheble*s name on page 247, 
and ended with the letter to Mansfield dated 
^ov. 14, 1770. The first portion of the second 
volume also appeared toward the end of 1770; 
and the second portion, the following year. 
'Wheble published two editions dated 1771, 
which must have appeared after Wood/all's 
edition; as the first of them concludes with 
the note about Home Tooke, and the second 
contains the Philo-Junius Letters, and a letter 
to I^rd Apsley dated February^ 1776111 See 
also zxu. ei seq. 

xviii. Letters addressed to the King, 
the Duke of Grafton, the Earls of Ches- 
terfield and Sandwich, Lord Barrington, 
Junius, and the Rev. Mr. Home [Tooke], 
under the signature of " F. P. S." L. 
[1 a publisher's name] 1771. Svo. 

XIX. * An Answer to Junius, shewing 
his imaginary Ideas and false Principles, 
his wrong Positions and random Conclu- 
sions. L., Organ, 1771. Svo. 

XX. *The genuine Letters of Junius, 

to which are prefixed Anecdotes of the 

Author. Piccadilly [no publisher's 

name], 177L Svo. 

This is called the " Piccadill v Edition," and 
contains 306 pases. Lowndes thinks, from inter- 
nal evidence, (hat there was an earlier edition, 
dated 1770, and ending on page 255. The author- 
ship is fathered on Burke. 

XXI. *Juniu8. L., Woodfall, 1772. 
2 vols. 12mo. 

The first authorized edition, printed under the 
anther's inspection ; preceded by a dedication of 
10 pages, a preface of 22, and illustrated with 
notes. It was published March 3, 1772, without 
table of contents or index, but was re-issued about 
March, 1773, with both. Many years afterwards, 
the remaining copies of either this edition or a 
verbatim reprint appear to have been sold off, 
and the date erased by the purchaser from tho 
title-pago; which accounts for a supposed edition 
without date. —Lowndes. 

Ewing, a Dublin publinher. Issued a reprint of 
Woodfali's edition this same year, and added 
fourteen new letters, either written by, or re- 
plied to by Junius. 

See also "Notes and Queries," 1st 8er., vl. 
224, for a supposed edition of 1771. 

xxTi. The Letters of Junius. L., 
Wheble, 1772. 2 vols. 12mo. 

[See XVII. ante,] The title-pago of vol. 2 is 
struck off from the same copperplate, an d ** vol. 
2" is introduced in type ; and the MDC^CLXXI. is 
turned into MDCCLXXII. by the addition of I.. 
also in type. This edition, or at least the second 
volume or it, could not have been published until 
after January 21, 1772, as it contains the lett^ to 
Lord Camden. — Lowndes. 

Numerous editions of the Letters were pnb- 
lished during tho succeeding twenty years, nono 
of which call for any special notice. 

xxiu. The Rights of the Sailors vin- 



dicated. In answer to a letter of Junins. 
L. [? a publisher's name] 1772. 8yo. 

xxiT. [Hughes, Benjamin.] An 
Epistle to Junius. L. [9 a publisher's 
name] 1774. 8vo. 

XXV. * A serious Letter to the Public, 

on the late Transaction between Lord 

North and the Duke of Grafton. By 

Junius. L. [no publisher's name] 1778. 


A forgery, with which Jnnlua had nothing to 

xxTi. The Intrepid Magazine. L. 

1784. 8vo. 

Ck>ntain6 letters signed "Junius." 

xxTH. Anecdotes of Junius: to which 
is prefixed the King's Replj. South- 
ampton, Baker, 1788. 8yo. 

ThcM anccdotea arc reprinted from the Ploca- 
dllly EdlUon of 1771. 

XXVIII. Junius discovered. Bj P. T., 
Esq. L., Fores, s. a. but 1780. 8vo. 

Written by Philip Thickneaae, and In favor of 

XXIX. *The Letters of Junius. A 
new edition with a copious index. L., 
Hamilton, 1702. 2 vols. 12mo. 

The following editions also deserve paaaing 

Benalcy*a, L. 1794, 2 vols., 12mo. 

CnmpbeU'a, P. 17U5, lOmo. 

Mundeira, L. 1796, 8vo. 

Benaley'a, L. 1707, 2 vola., 8vo. [A few on L. P.]; 

L. 1798, 2 vola., 12mo and 8vo; L. 1799, 2 

vola., 8vo. 
Vemor & Hood'a, L. 1800, 2 vole., 18mo; L. 1804, 

1 vol., 18mo; L. 1806, 2 vola., 12rao. 
Benaley'a, L. 1801 and 1806, 2 vola., 8vo. 

XXX. * Chalmers, George. — An Ap- 
pendix to the Supplemental Apology . . . 
being the Documents for the Opinion 
that Hugh McAulay Boyd wrote Ju- 
nius's Letters. L., 1800. 8vo. 

XXXI. *The Letters of Junius, with 
Notes and Illustrations Historical, Polit- 
ical, Biographical, and Critical, by Rob- 
ert Heron. L. 1802. 2 vols. 8vo. 

An edition of thla book waa pnblfahed in the 
same vcar, containing both volumea in one. A 
aecond edition, of two volumea, waa publiahed in 
1804, containing 70 pagea added to the preface of 
the flfitt volume, and an appendix of 18 to the 
aecond. It waa reprinted in Philadelpliia and 
Boaton the aame year. 

XXXII. *Almon, John. — The Letters 
of Junius Complete, with letters and 
articles to which he replied, and with 
notes biographical and explanatory ; also 
a prefatory enquiry respecting the real 
author. L. 1806. 2 vols. 12mo. 

The following edltiona appeared aboat tbia 
period : — 

Ballantyne'a, Edlnb. 1807. 8vo. 
Oddy'a, L. 1811. 2 vola., 12roo. 
Ooodwin'a. L. 1812, 2 vola., 12mo. 

XXXIII. * [Girdlestone, Thomas.] — 
Reasons for rejecting the presumptive 
Evidence of Mr. Almon, that Mr. Hugh 
Boyd was the writer of Junius; with 
Passages selected to prove the real Au- 
thor of the Letters of Junius. L. 1808. 

In favor of MaJor>Geneiml Charles Lee, of tbs 
American army. 

XXXIV. [Fitzgerald, Mr.] — Another 
Guess at Junius, and a Dialogue in the 
Shades. L. 1800. 8vo. 

In favor of WUUam Pitt, Earl of Chatham. 

xxxY. * Draper, Sir W. — Letters to 
Junius. L. 1812. 8yo. 

A defeooe of the Earl of Granby and Ckneral 

xxxYi. * Tlie Letters of Junius, includ- 
ing Letters by the same Writer, under 
othor Signatures (now first collected). 
To which are added; his confidential 
Correspondence with Mr. Wilkes,, and his 
private Letters addressed to H. 8. Wood- 
fall, with a preliminary Essay [by J. 
Mason Good, M.D.], Notes, etc. L., 
Woodfall, 1812. 3 vols. 8vo. 

Thie edition waa edited by George WoodAdl; 
and CO pica are also found on Large Paper. It 
waa reprinted in Philadelphia the following year» 
in two volumea, 8vo. 

XXXVII. * Girdlestone, Dr. Thomas. — 
Facts tending to prove that General Lee 
was never absent from this Coimtry for 
any length of time, during the years 
1767, 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771, 1772, and 
that he was the Author of Junius. L. 
1813. 8vo. 

XXXVIII. * Boche, John. — An Inquiry 
concerning the Author of the Letters of 
Junius ; in which it is proved, by inter- 
nal, as well as by direct and satisfactory 
Evidence, that they were written by the 
late Right Hon. Edmund Burke. L. 
1813. 8vo. 

XXXIX. *Serres, Olivia Wilmot. — 
The Life of the Author of the Letters of 
Junius, the Rev. James Wilmot, D.D. 
By his niece. L. 1818. 8vo. 

XL. * [Taylor, John.] — A Discovery 
of the Author of the Letters of Junius, 
founded on such Evidence and Illustra^ 
tions as explain all the mysterious cir- 
cumstances and apparent contradictions 
which have contributed to the conceal- 
ment of this " most important secret of 
our times." L. 1813. 8vo. 

In favor of Blr Philip Francla. 

XLi. *Duppa, Richard. — Memoirs of 
a celebrated literary and political Char- 
acter, from 1742 to 1757, containing 
strictures of some of the most distin- 


["JuKius" Letters.] 

gaiflhed men of that time. L. 1813. 

In favor of Richard Olover. 

xui. * Duppa, Richard. — An Inquiry 

eonoeming the author of the Letters of 

Junius, with reference to the Memoirs 

by a celebrated Literary and Political 

Character. L. 1814. 8yo. 

In fkvor of Richard Glover. A aeoond edition, 
In which farther eztracta from curious Msa. 
memolra were added, was published in the aame 

XLiii. *B]akeway, Hey. J. B. — An 
Attempt to ascertain the Authors of the 
Letters published under the signature of 
Junius. Shrewsbury, 1813. 8yo. 

In ihvor of John Home Tooke. 

xi«iT. Blakeway, Hey. J. B. — Sequel 
of an Attempt to discoyer Junius. L. 
1815. 8yo. 

In favor of John Home Tooke. 

XLT. *The Letters of Junius. L., 
Woodfall, 1814. 8 yols. 8yo. 

Thia ia Woodfall's second edition; containing 
several slight variaUons, and omitting the fonr 
pages of advertisement which occur in the edi- 
tion of 1812. 

XLvi. * Busby, Thomas. — Arguments 
and Facts demonstrating that the Let- 
ters of Junius were written by John 
Lewis I)o Lolmc, author of the " History 
of the British Constitution," accompa- 
nied with Memoirs of that ** most distin- 
guished foreigner." L. 1816. 8yo. 

XLTii. * [Johnston, A. G,] — Letters 
to a Nobleman, preying a late Prime 
Minister to have been Junius; and de- 
yeloping the secret motiyes which in- 
duced him to write under that and other 
signatures. With an Appendix, contain- 
ing a celebrated case published by Al- 
mon in 1768. L. 1816. 8vo. 

In favor of the Duke of Portland. 

XLTiii. • [Taylor, John.] — The iden- 
tity of Junius with a Distinguished Liy- 
ing Character established. With a Sup- 
plement, containing fac-similes of hand- 
writing and other Ulustrations. L. 1816. 

In ihvor of Sir Philip Francis. A second and 
enlarged edition of this work appeared in 1818, 
and a third In 1828. The same author also pub- 
Uahed a supplement In 1817, consisting of fac- 
aimlles of handwriting, etc. ; and a second edition 
of the latter appeared in the following year. Bee 
also <« Notes and Queries," 1st Ser., 1. 103, 258. 

XLix. * Chalmers, George. — The Au- 
thor of Junius ascertained from a con- 
catenation of circumstances amounting 
to Moral Demonstration. L. 1817. 8yo. 

Li favor of Hugh Boyd. 

L. •rSerres, Oliyia Wilmot.]— Ju- 
nius. Sir Philip Francis denied : A Let- 

ter addressed to the British Nation. L. 
1817. 8yo. 

In favor of the Rev. James Wilmot, D.D. 

LI. ♦ Chalmers, George. — The Author 
of Junius ascertained from direct proofs 
. . . with a Postscript evincing that Boyd 
wrote Junius, and not Francis. L. 1810. 

Lii. Junius Unmasked. A well-known 
and most eminent literary character of 
the last century. L. 1810. 8yo. 

In favor of Edward Gibbon, the historian. 

Liii. * Junius with his Vizor up ! . . • 
by Aedipus Oronoko, Tobacconist and 
Snuffseller. Oxf. 1810. 8yo. 

A burlesque in favor of Suett, the comedian. 

LIT. *A Refutation of the Claims 
preferred for Sir Philip Francis and Mr. 
Gibbon to the Letters of Junius. L. 
1810. 8yo. 

LV. * [Cramp, William.] — The Author 
of Junius discoyered in the Person of 
the celebrated Earl of Chesterfield. L. 

1821. 8yo. 

A second edition appeared In 1828, and a third 
in 1826. 

LTi. * The Letters of Junius with pre- 
liminary Dissertations and copious Notes. 
By Atticus Secundus. £dmb. 1822. 

This edition was edited by John M'Dlnrmid, 
who claims that Sir Philip Francis was Junius. 

LYXi. *The Letters of Junius, with a 
Dissertation by I. W. Lake. Paris, 1822. 
2 yols. 82mo. 

Also In favor of Sir Philip Francis. 

LYiii. * [Cramp, William.] — The 
Claims of Sir Philip Francis refuted; 
with a supplement to Junius discoyered. 
L. 1822. 8vo. 

Lix. Letters of Charles Butler, dated 
July, 1700, giving an account of the In- 
quiries of John Wilkes and Himself, rel- 
ative to the Authorship of Junius. L. 

1822. 8yo. 

LX. *Lye, Francis. — The Beauties 
and Maxims of Junius and his corre- 
spondents. L. 1824. 12mo. 

I have seen an edition dated 1823. 

LXi. * Coventry, George. — A Critical 
Enquiry regarding the real Author of 
the Letters of Junius, proving them to 
haye been written by Lord Viscount 
Sackyille. L. 1826. 8yo. 

Lxii. * [Kelly, P.] — Junius proved 
to be Burke, with an Outline of his 
Biography. L. 1826. 8yo. 

LXiii. Barker, Edward H. — The 
Claims of Sir Philip Francis to the Au- 
thorship of Junius disproved, in Letters 
to the Rev. M. Davy, M.D., Sir James 

["Juwius" Lbttebs.] 


Mackintosh, Godfrey Higgins, and Vve- 
dale Price. Privately Printed, Thetford, 
1827. 8vo. 

Lxrr. * Barker, Edward H.— I. The 
Claims of Sir Philip f rancis, K.B., to 
the Authorship of Janius's Letters, dis- 
proved: U. Some Enquiry into the 
Claims of the late Charles Lloyd, Esq., 
to the composition of them : III. Obser- 
vations on the Conduct, Character, and 
Style of the Writings of the late Right 
Hon. Edmund Burke: IV. Extracts 
from the writings of several eminent 
philologists, on the Laconic and Asiatic, 
the Attic and Rhodian Styles of Elo- 
quence. L. 1828. 12mo. 

Lxv. * Graham, John Andrew. — Me- 
moirs of John Home Tooke, together 
with his valuable speeches and writings ; 
also containing proofs identifying him 
as the author of the celebrated letters 
of Junius. New York, 1828. 8vo. 

Lxvi. * [Manning, Joseph Bolles.] — 

Junius Unmasked ; or, Lord George Sack- 

ville proved to be Junius. By Atticus 

Secundus. With an Appendix, showing 

that the author of the Letters of Junius 

was also the author of the " History of 

the Reign of George III.," and of "The 

North Briton," ascribed to Mr. Wilkes. 

B., Mass., 1828. 8vo. 

The " History of the Reign of George III." 
was published anouymoosly in 1770, at Ix>ndon. 

Lxvii. * [Fellows, John.] — Tlie Post- 
humous Writings of Junius. To which 
is prefixed an Inquiry respecting the 
Author ; also a sketch of the Life of 
John Home Tooke, and Correspondence 
of Wilkes. N.Y. 1829. 8vo. 

Lxviii. *Falconar, James. — The Se- 
cret Revealed; or, the Authorship of 
Junius's Letters. L. 1830. 8vo. 

In favor of Daniel Wray, deputy teller of the 
exchequer, under Philip, second JSarl of Hard- 

Lxix. *NewhalI, Isaac. — Letters on 
Junius, addressed to John Pickering, 
Esq., showing that the author of that 
celebrated work was Earl Temple. B. 
1831. 12mo. 

Lxx. *Waterhouse, Benjamin. — An 
Essay on Junius and his Letters, em- 
bracing a sketch of the life and charac- 
ter of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham, 
and memoirs of certain other distin- 
guished individuals, with Reflections, 
historical, personal, and political, relating 
to the affairs of Great Britain and 
America from 1763 to 1785. B. 1831. 

Lxxi. * Swinden , John . — Junius Lord 
Chatham, and the "Miscellaneous Let- 

ters" proved to be spurious. L. 18S3. 

Lxxn. [West, William (?).]— Recol- 
lections of an Old Bookseller, relative to 
the Junius Letters. Cork, 1836. 8vo. 

Lxxiii. Who was Junius ? L. 1837. 

In favor of Lord Chatham. 

Lxxiv. * Simons, N. W. (editor). — 
*' A Letter to an Honourable Brigadier- 
General, Commander-in-Chief of his 
Majesty's forces in Canada" (L. 1760). 
Now first ascribed to Junius, etc. Tlie 
Refutation of the same, by an officer. 
L. 1760. 

Reprints, with Incidental noiioea of Lords 
Townshend and Backville, Blr Phliip Francis, 
and others. L. 1S41. ISrao. 

LXXT. * Jaques, John. — The History 
of Junius and his Works ; and a Review 
of the Controversy respecting the iden- 
tity of Junius. With an Appendix, 
containing Portraits and Sketches by 
Junius. L. 1843. 12mo. 

In favor of Lord O. SackviUe. 

Lxxvi. * Britton, John. — Tlie Author- 
ship of the Letters of Junius elucidated, 
including a biographical memoir of Col. 
Isaac Barr^, M.P. L. 1848. 8vo. 

Some copies were printed on Large Paper. 

Lxxvxi. *Wade, John. — Junius: in- 
cluding Letters by the same Writer 
under other Signatures, to which are 
added his confidential correspondence 
with Mr. Wilkes and his private Letters 
to Mr. H. S. Woodfall ; A New and En- 
larged Edition, with new evidence as to 
the authorship, and an analysis by the 
late Sir Harris Nicolas. L., Bohn, 1850. 
2 vols. 12mo. 

A second edition appeared in 1878. 

Lxxviii. Some new facts, and a sug- 
gested new theory as to the Authorship 
of the Letters of Junius. By Sir Fortu- 
natus Dwarris, Knt. [pseud.]. «./. et a. 
privately printed [1860]. 8vo. 

In favor of Bir Philip Francis. The author 
claims that the " Letters " were not the work of 
a single individual, but were probnblv written by 
many of those to whom they have been attrib- 
uted, under the supervision of Francis, who waa 
also the chief contributor. 

Lxxix. * Cramp, William. — Junius 
and his Works, compared with the char- 
acter and Writings of Philip Dormer 
Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield. Lewes, 
1850. '8vo. 

A second edition appeared at London the fol- 
lowing year. 

Lxxx. * Cramp, William. — Facsimile 
Autograph Letters of Junius, Lord Ches- 
terfield, and Mrs. C. Dayrolles. Show- 
ing that the wife of Mr. Solomon Day- 


["Junius" Lettebs.] 

roUes was the amanuensis employed in 
copying the Letters of Junius for the 
Printer. With a postscript to the first 
Essay on Junius and his Works. L. 

1851. 8vo. 

Lxzxi. Cramp, William. — Essay on 

the Authenticity of the four Letters of 

Atticus. L. 1851. 8vo. 

See also " Notes imd Qaerlofl/' Ist 8er., 1. 276, 

Lxxxii. Parkes, J., and Meriyale, H. 
— Memoirs of Sir Philip Francis, K.C.B., 
with Correspondence and Journals. L. 

1852. 2 vols. 8vo. 

A Mcond edition appeared in 3867. 
Lxxxiii. *Ayer8t, Francis. — The 
Ghost of Junius ; or, the Authorship of 
the celebrated * Letters ' by this Anony- 
mous Writer, deduced from a letter, etc., 
addressed, in 1776-76, by Lieutenant- 
General Sir Robert Rich, Bart., etc., to 
the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Barring- 
ton, etc. ... L. 1853. Syo. 

In favor of Lleut.-Col. Sir Robert Rich. 

LxxxiT. * Griffin , Frederick . — Junius 
discovered. B. 1854. 12mo. 

In favor of Governor Pownall. 

Lxxxv. * Dowe, William. — Junius 
Lord Chatham : a biography setting 
forth the condition of English preceding 
and contemporary with the Revolution- 
ary Junian period, and showing that the 
greatest Orator and Statesman was also 
the greatest Epistolary Writer of his 
age. L. 1857. 12mo. 

Tbc author bad previooaly advocated the Mme 
theory, in tbe ** Dublin Univenity Magazine,'* 
zi. 20. 

Lxxxvi. Symonn, J. C. — William 
Burke, the Author of Junius, an Essay 
on his Era. L. 1850. 12mo. 

Lxxxvii. * Hayward, A. — More about 
Junius. The Franciscan Theory un- 
sound. L. 1868. 8vo. 

Reprinted, with additions, from " Fraser's 

LXxxTiii. Chabot and Twistleton. -^ 
The Handwriting of Junius. L. 1871. 

Lxxxix. * Junius Unmasked; or, 
Thomas Paine, the author of the Letters 
of Junius and the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence. Washington, D.C., 1872. 

xc. * The Handwriting of Junius pro- 
fessionally investigated by Mr. Charles 
Chabot /Expert). With Preface and 
Collateral Evidence by the Hon. Edward 
Twistleton. L. 1847. 4to. 

An attempt to prove conelnalvely, bv com- 
paratlve handwriting, that Sir Fhiljp Francis 
was ths aothor of tbe letters. 

IV. Some Miscellaneous Observations. 

Here end my researches in the history 
of Junius, and in conclusion I shall place 
before the reader three quotations, from 
which he can choose as he wishes, and 
endeavor to settle this knotty question 
to his own satisfaction. 

The first is from the introductory 
epistle to Scott's "Fortunes of Nigel," 
in which the author says : — 

" A cause, however Ingeniously pleaded, is not 
therefore gained. You may remember tbe 
neatly-wrought chain of circnmRtantial evidence 
BO artificially bruusht forward to prove Sir 
Philip Francis's title to the Letters of Junius 
seemed at first irrefragible, yet the influence of 
the reasoning has passed away, and .Junius, in 
the ffeneral opinion, is as much unknown as 
ever- • 

Lord Byron had evidently arrived at 
no very definite conclusion in respect to 
the authorship, for in his ''Vision of 
Judgment" Junius appears among the 
shades, and is as inscrutable as he was 
on earth : — 

*' And several people swore from out the press, 

They knew him perfectly ; and one could swear 
He was his father: upon which another 
Was sure he was bis mother*s.cousin's brother. 

"I've an hypothesis — 'tis quite my own; 

I never let it out till now, for fear 
Of doing people harm about tbe throne, 

And injuring some minister or i>eer 
On whom the stigma might perhaps be blown; 

It is — my gentle public, lend thine ear! 
'Tis, that what Junius we were wont to call 
Was really, truly, nobody at all." 

Lastly, I cannot refrain from quoting 
the excellent view of the influence of 
Jimius' labors as depicted by Messrs. 
Parkes and Merivale in their " Life of 
Sir Philip Francis," to wit : ^- 

"That Junius can only be described with 
truth as a political adventurer there is no doubt. 
It is plain enoueh that his own personal success 
in life was involved in that of the party whose 
cause he adopted, or, to speak still more accu- 
rately, in the fall of the party which he attacked. 
And it is equally true that he was utterly un- 
scrupulous In his use of means; that his sincer- 
ity, even when he was sincere, was apt to 
assume the form of the most ignoble rancor, 
and that no ties of friendship, or party, or con- 
nection, seem to have restrained his virulence. 
Ail this is but too deducible from the published 
anonymous writings only . . . But when all this 
has been said, there remains a residue of a 
higher order, which must in Justice to him be 
fatrlv weighed in the balance. Notwltbstnnding 
all bis sins against Justice and truth, Junius wns 
assuredly actuated at bottom by a strong and 
ardent public spirit. He was* throughout a 

genuine lover of his country. He was earnest in 
ehalf of her honor and of her liberties. He saw 
clearly that her road to the accomplishment of a 
higher destiny lay through the maintenance of 
that honor and the extension of those liberties. 
Ho hated with an honest hatred the meanness of 
principle and venality of conduct which charac- 
tsrlxea but too strongly the governments against 


which he fought, and Umlahed the political 
geniua of hit ume. Aod verv renaarkable waa 
the Bucceaa which attended hla atruggle againat 
them. Great indeed were the practical victorlea 
achieved hy the efforta of thia nameleaa, obiicare 
agitator. Freedom of the preaa and the per- 
aonal freedom of the aubject owe probably more 
to the writings of Janlas than to the eloquence 
of Chatham or Burke, the law of Camden and 
Dunning. It la not too much to aay that after 
the appearance of thoae writlnga, a new tone on 
theae great aubjccta la found to prevail in our 
poliU^ literature. Doctrinea which had provi- 

onaly met with almoat genoml canaent bocame 
exploded, trutba which up to that time had been 
only timidly propounded were placed, In poat- 
Junlan times, on the order of the day. It £i no 
doubl very true that he waa only fighting In the 
van of an advancing cauae, and tbnt these public 
beoeflta would as certalnlv have been secured lo 
us if Juniua had never written. But it la Just aa 
certain that America would have been discovered 
had Columbua never existed ; yet no one, there- 
fore, contests the greatness of Columbus or tho 
obligatlona under which mankind lies towards 

And with this ends the history and bibliography of Junius. 



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Krone, Karl. Tekia {Svensson) Jud, 
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Ij. Ij. Rev. Gtorae Smith. — See " Lore- 
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li. li. Laura Loring Pratt, Evening 
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li., Ij. B. Lambert BlachoeU Larking. 
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L., li. P. Mrs. L. P. Lewis, German 
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L., W., Junior. William Lamboll, Jr. 
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L***, Mrs. Mrs. Le/evre. An extract 
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li , T. Thomas Lewis. English 

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li . . . M . . . B . . ., armateor. Louis 
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liabonrer for Peace, A. Jane Ogiir 
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liabourer in the Same Cause, A. 
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liabrunle, Gerard. Gerard de Ner- 
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liackland, Thomas. George Canning 
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liaco. Stephen Higginson. The writ- 
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I<acon. Bev. Caleb C CoUon. Lacon ; 
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Lacretle, Arnold. Jules Claretie, Le 
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IjactUla. Mra. Ann Yearsley. Poems. 
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liady, A Mrs. {Mallet) Celisia. AI- 
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Iiady, A. Mrs. Henry Fresl\field. 
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lAdy, A. Miss Harriet M. Gunn. 
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Iiady, A. Mrs. Ellen Fox Crewdson. 
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lAdy, A. Mrs. James F. Palmer, A 
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Liayman, A. Samuel Adams^ in the 
"Boston Gazette," March 27. 1769. 

Itaymao, A John Skinner. A L.'s 
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Iiayman, A. Peter Virtue, the younger. 
An address on ignorance of the Scrip- 
tures ... By . . . 1873. 

Iiayman, A. Joseph Jewell. An ad- 
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who are united in circulating the Scrip- 
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Liayman, A. JoAn Say Forbes. Lord 
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Iiayman, A Patrick Daigenan, LL.D. 
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Layman, A. Thomas Williams. The 
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Layman, A William Penney, Lord 

Kinloch. The circle of Christian doc- 
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Layman, A. WiUiam Brown {1). The 
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Layman, A. Jolai Osborne Sargent. 
Common Sense versus Judicial Legisla- 
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Layman, A. John David Chambers. 
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Layman, A. Goldwin Smith, M.A. 
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Layman, A. John Muir. Considera- 
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Layman, A. James Whatman Bosan- 
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David's choice of three evils ... A dis- 
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Layman, A. Thomas Falconer. De- 
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Layman, A John Waits De Peyster. 
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Layman, A. William Falconer. Dis- 
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Lajrman, A. Rev. William Macfar- 
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Layman, A. Sir James Allan Park, 
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frequent reception of . . . the Lord's 
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Layman, A. John Allen. Enquiry 
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Layman, A. Peter Waldo. An essay 
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Layman, A William Stevens. An 
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the Christian Church ... L. 1778. 

Layman, A Thomas Carlyle. An 
Essay to illustrate the foundation . . . 
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Layman, A Rev. John HoUis. Es- 
says meant as an offering in support of 
rational religion . . . n.p. 1790. 




Layman, A. Robert Benton SeeUy. 
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Ijayman, A. Jame$ Norton. Essajs 
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liajrinan, A. Alexander Watson. Es- 
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Liayman, A Caleb Fleming. An 
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miracles ... L. 1742. 

Layman, A. Samuel K, Jenningt^ M.D. 
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the Methodist Episcopal Church . . . 
Bait. 1831. 

Layman, A. William Rivington. 
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Layman, A Oapt. Matthew Monta- 
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Layman, A Theodore Irving, LL.D, 
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Layman, A Frederick John Monson, 
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Layman, A. Rev, Nathaniel Neal, 
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Layman, A Rev. Andrew Macgeorge, 
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Layman, A. David Rowland. An 
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Layman, A Arthur Ellis. Is the 
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L. 1866. 

Layman, A. (George Foster Talbot, 
A.M. Jesus: his opinions and charac- 
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B. 1883. 

Layman, A. WilUam Rivington, The 
late payment of weekly wages consid- 
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in London ... L. 1864. 

Layman, A Alexander Dunlop. The 
law of the Sabbath of perpetual obliga- 
tion . . . Edinb. 1847. 

Layman, A. John Skinner, Bishop 
of Aberdeen. A layman's account of 
his faith and practice. Edinb. 1801. 

Layman, A. Thomas Hughes. A lay- 
man's faith. L. 18G8. 

Layman, A Lyman Abbott, D.D. A 
L.*8 story; or, the experiences of John 
Laicus and his wife in a country parish. 
N.Y. 1873. 

'Layman, A. Samuel Greg. Legacy 
in prose and verse. L. 1877. 

Layman, A. Thomas Gordon. A let- 

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good people of England ... L. 1760. 

Layman, A. Duncan Innes, of Edin- 
burgh. A letter ... to a Lay-deacon, of 
the Kirk of Scotland . . . n.p. 1749. 

The addresB to tho reader is signed ** D. I." 

Layman, A. Sir George Colebroole, 
Bart. A letter to a nobleman, contain- 
ing considerations on the laws relative 
to Dissenters ... L. 1790. 

Layman, A. Richard Gough. A let- 
ter to [B. Porteus] the Bishop of Lon- 
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Layman, A J%omas James Mathias. 
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numerous emigrant French priests and 
others of the Church of Rome ... L. 

Lajrman, A. Samuel Saunders. A 
letter to the Rev. Mr. Tong, Mr. Robin- 
son, Mr. Smith, & Mr. Reynolds. Occa- 
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the Dissenters ... L. 1719. 

Lay-man, A. John Shuts Barrington 
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Layman, A. Thomas Kgnasttm. A 
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Layman, A. Rev. Walter Farquhar 
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Alio ascribed to John Sibbald Edieon. 

Layman, A Thomas Cogan, M.D. 
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M.P L. 1799. 

Layman, A. John Lavicount Ander- 
don. Life of Thomas Ken, Bishop of 
Bath and Wells. L. 1861. 

Layman, A. Prince Hoare, Esq. (?). 
Manual of the Latin words ... of the 
Church service. 1822. 

Layman, A. Sir William Domville, 
Bart. The Mosaic Sabbath . . . L. 1860. 

Layman, A T. M. Stevenson. The 
natural or the supernatural. By . . . 
L. 1874. 

Layman, A. Michael Dodson. New 
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Layman, A. John Poynder. Obser- 
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Layman, A Richard Monckton MiU 
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... L. 1841. 

Layman, A Stephen Colwell. Poli- 
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Layman, A Sir John Bayley, Bart. 
Prophecies of Christ ... L. 1828. 




Layman, A* James Augustus St. 
John. The reasonableneM of Chris- 
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. . . and notes by . . . L. 1860. 

LasHBian, A. John Lotoell, LLJ). 
The recent attempt to defeat the Con* 
Btitutional provisions in favour of relig- 
ious freedom ... B. 1828. 

Layman, A. Andrew Wilson, M,D, 
Reflections upon some of the subjects in 
dispute between the author of the "Di- 
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and a late professor in the Universi^ of 
Oxford [Lowth], by . . . 1767. 

Lasrman, A. Sir Walter Scott, Re- 
ligious discourses. Edinb. 1828. 

Layman, A. B. Bartlett. Remarks 
on the procee^ngs of the Episcopal con- 
ventions for forming an American Con- 
stitution ... B. 1786. 

Layman, A. William Witherhy. A 
review of Scripture . . . By ... L. 

Layman, A. Samuel Atutin AUibone, 
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Layman, A. Samuel Heywood, The 
rights of Protestant Dissenters to a com- 
pleat toleration asserted ... 2d ed. L. 

Layman, A. Edgar Taylor, in his 
revision of the New Testament ... L. 

Layman, A. Sharon Turner, Esq. 
Sacred meditations and devotional poems 
by . . . L. 1810. 

Layman, A. William Peter, M.A. 
Sacred songs, being an attempted para- 
phrase of some portions of Scripture; 
with other poems. By . . . L. 1834. 

Layman, A. Balph Nicholson Wor- 
num. Saul of Tarsus; or, Paul and 
Swedenborg, etc. By ... L. 1877. 

Layman, A. Sir Edward Hall Alder- 
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Layman, A. Thomas Sanden, MJ). 
A second letter to the Rev. Dr. Groddard. 
Chichester, 1816. 

Layman, A. James Wardrop, Ser- 
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der Christie, Esq., of Townfleld, late 
chief magistrate of Montrose . . . By 
... L. 1706. 

Layman, A. George Sdrdinge. Three 
sermons. 1813. 

Layman, A. Richard Dykes Alexan- 
der. The speech of ... at a late anni- 
versary meeting of a Bible association in 
the County of Suffolk, 1826. 

Layman, A. Georae Griffin. The 
sufferings of Christ. N.Y. 1846. 

Layman, A. Thomas Crowther Brown. 
Suggestions for a Church of Unity. By 
. . . 1862. 

Layman, A. William Oldisworth. 
Timothy and Philatheus ... By . . . 
L. 1709-10. 

Layman, A. C. N. Cumberlege Ware. 
The union of Church and State ... By 
... L. 1869. 

Layman, A. John Edmonds Stock.. 
IJnitarianism tried by Scripture, etc. 
Bristol, 1840. 

Layman, A. John Bevans, Jr. A 
vindication of the authenticity of the 
narratives contained in the first two 
chapters of the Gospels of St. Matthew 
and St. Luke ... By . . . L. 1822. 

Layman, A. Orlando Meads. What 
ought the Diocese to do . . . 1846. 

Layman, A. George Brown. Words 
from a layman's ministry at Barnard 
Castle. L. 1871. 

tioymajk of Boston, U.S., A. Hon. 
Nathan Appleton. The doctrines of Origi- 
nal Sin and the Trinity ; discussed in a 
correspondence between a clergyman oi' 
the Episcopal Church in England [i.e. 
Rev. William Edward Heygate] and . . . 
B. 1869. 

Layman of the Churdi, A. William 
Edmonstoune Aytoun. The Drummond 
Schism examined and exposed. Edinb. 

Layman of the Church of lEng- 
land, A. William Knox. Considera- 
tions on the universality and uniformity 
of the theocracy. L. 1796. 

Layman of the Church of Eng- 
land, A. John Watson. The New Tes- 
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Layman of the Church of Scot- 
land, A. Thomas Blackwood. Remarks 
on the Constitution of the Canadas,. 
civil and ecclesiastical, with a view to its 
amendment, n.p., n.d. 

Layman^of the County of Sufiblk, 
A. P. Deck. The advantage of a na- 
tional observance of Divine and Human 
laws . . . Ipswich, 1792. 

Layman, A Leeds. George Rawson, 
known as "A Leeds Layman," was resid- 
ing at that city when he contributed 15 
hymns to the "Leeds Hymn Book," 

Layne, Pyngle. J. Fox Turner. A 
short discourse on sermons ... L. 1866. 

Layton, Lillie. Mrs. Emetine H. 
(Broum) Johnson, whose last poetical 
productions, written on her sick-bed, 
appeared in the "American Courier," 
Philadelphia, 1860, under the above sig- 




LazaruB, Ebeneser. Robert Mason. 
]>eBcription of the town of Kelso . . . 
Kelso, 1789. 

lieal. E, DtMoswaif. Fables for little 
folk. N.Y. 1871. 

Ijeander, Richard. Bichard Voik- 
mann, Traumcrpien an franzosischen 
Kaminen : m&rchen. 1871. 12th cd. 

Learned, FaltliAil, Zealous, and 
Reverend Minister of the Gospel in 
the Church of Scotland, A. Rev. 
Ehenezer Erskine. The groans of believ- 
ers under their burdens . . . Edinb. 1722. 

Learned Hand, A. Sir Matthew 
Hale. History of the Common Law of 
£ngland. In the Savoy, 1713. 

Learned Hand, A. Zachary Qrey, 
LL.D. A preface to Dean Moss's ser- 
mons. By . . . L. 1732. 

Learned Judge, A. Sir Francis 
BuUer. An introduction to the law rela- 
tive to trials at Nisi Prius. By . . . L. 

Lebrun, Alfired. Alfred Henneguin. 
J'attends raon oncle, 1809; and I'^is 
chapeauz. Brussels, 1870. 

Lebrun, CamiUe. Pauline Guyat. 
Uno amiti€ de femme. Paris, 1843. 

Le Clerc. Mrs. Samuella {Mardis) 
Cowen, who has written for several South- 
•em journals under this signature, — the 
"New Orleans Mirror," the "Southern 
Literary News," etc. 

Ledyard, Hope. Mrs. F. McCready 
Harris, in numerous works for young 

Lee, Alfred. John Clark Ferguson. 
The Empire of Music ; and other poems. 
L. 1849. 

Lee, Alice Gordon. Mrs. Alice {Brad- 
ley Neal) Haven. The game of checkers, 
published in the Philadelphia " Saturday 

Lee, Edith. Miss Florence Burckett. 
Wildmoor. P. 187-. • 

Lee, Griffin. Paschal Beverley Ran- 
dolph, M.D. Pre-Adamiteman. N.Y. 1803. 

Lee, Holme. Harriet Parr. Annis 
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Lee, Leila. Miss R. Coe. Wee Wee 
Songs. B. 1859. 

Lee, Minnie Mary. Julia Amanda 
(Sargent) Wood. Hubert's wife: story 
for you. Bait. 1875. 

Lee, Patty. Miss Alice Gary, who, 
under this pen-name, wrote a series of 
prose sketches and essays in the "Nsr 
tional Era " (Washington, D.C^. 

Lee, Sheppard. Robert Montgomery 
Bird. Sheppard Lee . . . N.Y. lS30. 

Lee, Stcumie. Mrs. Laura S. Webb, 

who, for several years, contributed poems 
and sketches to various papers under 
this pen-name. 

Lee, Vernon. Violet Paget. Belcaro, 
being essays on sundry assthetical ques- 
tions. By ... L. 1881. 

Leevit, Don T. B., of Chickomango, 
Ohio, U.S. James Mudie Spenee, 
F.R.G.S. Life on the Great Hydropa- 
thium ... L. 1877. 

Lefebre, Dr. Ren^. Udouard Labou- 
laye. Paris in America . . . N.Y. 1803. 

Left Hand, The. Benjamin Frank- 
lin. A petition of the left hand : one of 
the bagatelles. Written about 1778. 

Le G., C. V. Charles Valentine Le 
Grice. — See Lamb's "EUa," "Christ's 

Legion. Hon. Robert Baldwin Sulli- 
van. Letters on responsible govern- 
ment . . . Toronto, 1844. 

Leicester, Mrs. Miss Mary Lamb. 
Mrs. Leicester's school; or, the history 
of several young ladies ... L. 1808. 

Leigh, Florence. Mrs. Anne T. ( TFtV- 
bur) Wood, wlio wrote for papers and pe- 
riodicals under this pen-name. 

Leigh, Hart. John Thomas Denny, 
in his contributions to "Wideawake" 
(L.), etc. 

Leigh, Larrie. L. T. Warner. The 
true Grecian bend. N.Y. 187-. 

Leigh, Stuart. Mrs. Mary Bayard 
(Devereux) Clarke, who published con- 
siderably under this pen-name. 

Lelghton. Jesse Appleton, S.T.D., 
who, under this signature, wrote for the 
Boston "Panoplist" and the "Piscata- 
qua Evangelical Magazine." 

Leila. Mrs. Emma Barlow, a frequent 
contributor to "Harper's Magazine," 
" Scribner's," and other periodicals. 

Leila. Afiss Ella Campbell, who con- 
tributed poetry to the ** Louisville (Ky.) 
Democrat," under this pen-name. 

Leina, Wil. D', Esq., of the Outer 
Temple. Prof. Daniel Wilson. Spring 
wild flowers. Toronto, 1870. 

Leisurely Saunterer. Rev. Edward 
Egqleston, in his contributions to " Hearth 
and Home." 

Lemage, Gaspard. Jean Charles 
Tadiif, M.D. La Pl^iade Bouge . . . 
Quebec, 1854. 

Lemoine. Eugene Lemoine Didier. 
The life and letters of Madame Bona- 
parte. N.Y. 1879. 

Lena. Mrs. Mary Torrans Lathrop. 
In early life her signature in the country 

Lennox, Mary. Mrs. Mary Louise 
Cook. Ante Bellum. P. 1809. 




Ijeo. J, K, Casey. Rising of the 
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ijeo. Col. — Pemberton. The Bcape- 
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Ij^o, Andr^. Mme. L. Champseix, 
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Paris, 1865. 

Ijeo, I>r. Dr. Leo de Colange. The pre- 
servation of beauty. N.Y. 1877. 

Ijeo the Second. Lawrence Eusden, 
in a letter contributed to the "Guard- 
ian," No. 124, Aug. 3, 1713. 

Iieola. Mrs. Loula {Kendall) Rogers, 
whose productions consist of fugitiyo 
pieces, many of them published in the 
newspapers of the day. 

Ijeollne. Mrs. Emma B. (Sargent) 
Dunham, in her contributions to the 
''Christian Leader" (B.), etc. 

Leon. Leonard JBoitel. Feuillcs 
mortes. Paris, 1830. 

Ijeoni, lieone. Dr. John D. Osborne , 
as Paris correspondent of the " World " 

Lieontes. James Bindley, who was the 
*" Leontes " celebrated by Dr. Dibdin in 
his " Bibliomania " and in the " Biograph- 
ical Decameron." 

Ijeroy. Miss Annie M. Barnwell, who, 
under this signature, has been a frequent 
contributor to " Scott's Magazine " (At- 
lanta, Gra.), and to the " Land we Love" 
(Charlotte, N.C.). 

Leslie, Emma. Mrs. Dixon. 

Leslie, Frank. Frank Collier, pro- 
prietor of "The Chimney Comer "(N.Y.) 
and numerous other publications. 

Leslie, Mrs. Bfadeline. Mrs. Harriet 
Newell {Woods) Baker, Woodlawn Se- 
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L'Espion Turc. Giovanni Paolo Ma- 
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L. 1770. 

L'Estomac, Don Billoso de. Dr. 
John Woodward. The lite and adven- 
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Mead, M.D. 

Leto, Pomponio. Francesco Nobili Vi- 
ieUeschi. Morale induttiva. Roma, 1882. 

Letter H., The. Charles G. Halpine, 
Lyrics by . . . N.Y. 1854. 

Levater, LouLs. Louis Adolphe Spach, 
who has in some of his books used this 

Leviathan of Literature, The. ^m- 
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Levis, Jeremy. Laughton Osbom. 
Sixty years of the lif e of . . . N.Y. 1831. 

Lew^ald, Fanny. Mme. Fanny {Le- 
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P. 187-. 

Lewis, Auguatin. Levns or Louis 

The "NaUon" of Jaly 17, 1884, points out 
that two chapters of the biography of Henry 
Irving [by Frederio I>a]y1 are copied word for 
word from an article puoliahed in the " Dublin 
University Magazine'^ for September, 1877, over 
the signature Augustln Lewis, which it suspects 
to be an anagram of the real name of the author 
of both eulogies, i.e. " Louis or Lewis Austin." 

Lewis, Henry. A. H. Lewis. The 
Boston boy. B. 1871. 

Lewis, Monk. Matthew Gregory 
Lewis. The monk: a romance. L. 1795. 

Lewtral, H. M. Mary Hartwell. 
Woman in armor. N.Y. 1876. 

Lex Pablica. Augustus Granville 
Stapleton, in the London " Morning Her- 
ald,'* 1850-66. 

Libertas. Peter Brown. The fame 
and glory of England yindicated. N.Y. 

Lil>6rta8. Hon, Mrs. Caroline Eliza- 
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mob ... L. 1848. 

Libertas. Charles Mayo Ellis. The 
power of the Commander m Chief to de- 
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Libraire, Un. P. Chaillot, jeune* 
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rhomme de lettres . . . Paris, 1820. 

Lightfoot. John Isaac Ira Allen, in 
the " Boston Traveller," 1857. 

Llghtfoot. Michael Martin. — See 
" Thunderbolt." 

Lil. Waterman L. Ormsby, Jr., in his 
contributions to the "Sun" (N.Y.). 

Lllbnme. James Ralph, who com- 
piled for the "Champion" what was 
called an " Index to the Times," which 
contained the current news of the day, 
under the assumed name of " Lilbume." 

Lilias. Miss Carter. Class Rimes 
(N.Y.), etc. 

Lilly, Lambert) Schoolmaster. 
Francis Lester Hawks. The early history 
of the Southern States ... P. 1832. 

Limbertongue, Mr. James Hain 
Friswell. Twelve insides and one out. 
Edited from the papers of . . . L. 1855. 

Limner, Luke, Bsq. John Leighton, 
F.S.A. London cries and public edi- 
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LLncolnsliire Grazier, A. Thomas 
Hartwell Home. The complete grazier. 
L. 1805. 

L'Inconnue. Mrs. Janie ( Ollivar) Ben- 
son, whose poems appeared for the years 
between 1801 and 1865 in the "Southern 
Field and Fireside," Augusta, Ga. 

Llnconnue. Mrs. L. Virginia {Smith) 
French, Kemwood; or, after many days : 





a historical romance . . • LouitTille, 

Liindau, Heinricli. Mermann Franeke. 

liindon, LUla. Mrs, Aggie Graves, 

lilngton, Burr, D.IiL. 6ay Humboldt. 
Poems and letters to Don Brown by 
G. H., alias Burr Lington, D.LL. Albanj, 

lilnkin^rater, Tim. Mr. Waldo, in 
his contributions to the "Picayune" 
(New Orleans, La.). 

lilnols, Georges. Charles de Bat^ 
TrenqueUon. AmafenGtre. Calais, 1852. 

Ldn^rood, Iiottie. Mrs. Helen M. 

laon-KIUer. C€cile Jules Basils €€- 

Liips. Wilhelm Otrtel. 

liisle, Fernand de. Edmond (De- 
manne et de) Manne, who used the aboTe 
as one of his pseudonyms. 

Listener, The. Rev. John Maegawan. 
Infernal conferences; or, dialogues of 
devils. By . . . L. 1772. 

Ustener, The. Caroline Fry. The 
listener in Oxford. L. 1839. 

Literary, Mrs. Mrs. Sallie Elizabeth 
(Hillyer Ballard) Maynard, in humorous 
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by ... L. 

Literary Lounger, A. J. H. Willis. 
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. . . Quebec, 1830. 

Literary and Sclentlflc Association 
of Blgln, A Member of the. Dr. 
Taylor, Edward I. of England in the 
North of Scotland . . . Elgin, 1858. 

Little, Thomas, Esq. Thomas Moore. 
The poetical works of the late T. L., 
Esq. L. 1801. 

Lltacjohn. Dr. R. Shelton Macken- 
«e. "The present 'Weekly Times' 
(L.) started with some new features. 
One of these was an article on the lead- 
ing events of the week, signed 'Little- 
John.' The name was a pseudonym, but 
not that of any actual person. Two of 
the gentlemen who under it wrote per- 
haps longer than any others were Dr. 
Shelton Mackenzie and Mr. Frederick 
Guest Tomlins." 

Llttl^ohn. Frederick Guest Tomlins. 
" In his early days he was a contributor 
to Hetherington's 'Poor Man's Guardi- 
an,' and latterly to the ' Weekly Times,' 
in which the series of articles signed 
' Littlejohn ' were from his pen." 

Llttl^ohn, Hugh. John Hugh Lock- 
hart, son of John Gibson Lockhart and 
grandson of Sir Walter Scott, for whom 

the latter wrote " Tales of a Grandfather." 
He died when a child. 

Llttlepage, Gomellua. James Feni- 
more Cooper. Satanstoe: a tale of the 
Colony. N.Y. 18«0. 

Littleton, Mark. John Pendleton 
Kennedy. Swallow bam. P. 1832. 

Live American, A. Htnry Morford. 
Oyer sea; or, England, France, and 
Scotland as seen by . . . N.Y. 1867. 

Liverpool Merchant, A. Henry Ar- 
thur Bright (?). Free Trade Policy, ex- 
amined with respect to . . . our Colonial 
System ... L. 1840. 

Lizard, John. Dr, Edward Young, in 
a paper to the " Guardian " (No. 86, June 
19, 1713). 

Lle'weUyn. Robert Sanders, — See 
" Spencer, Nath." 

Lleyon, Gutto. Griffith Robert Jones, 
at one time of Lleyn, Camarronshire, 
was once called by a bard " Gwyrgant's 

Llucen. Rev. John Cullen, of Rad- 
cliffe-on-Trent, in his contributions to 
various British newspapers and reviews. 

Local Artist, A. John C. Femihough. 
Pen and ink sketches of Liverpool town 
councillors, by . . . Liverpool, 1866. 

Local Preacher, A. William Henry 
Rodd. Impetus. An address to the 
members of the Wesleyan Methodist 
Association . . . By . . . Penzance, 

Locke, Una. Mrs. Una Locke BaiUy, 
The school at Elm Oak and the school 
ofUfe. N.Y. 1861. 

Locker, Arthur. J. H. Fcnrbes. Sir 
Goodwin's Folly: a story of the year 
1796 . . . L. 1864. 

Lockfast. William Henry Simmons, 
in the "Collegian" of Harv. Univ. 
Cambridge, 1830. 

Locomotive. Rev. Moses Harvey, of 
St. Johns, Newfoundland, in his contri* 
butions to various local periodicals. 

Log, Abel. Rev, Charles Butler Great" 
rex. Whittlings from the West: with 
some account of Butternut Castle . . . 
Edinb. 1854. 

Logan. Toumsend Ward, Letters . . . 
P. 18-. 

Logan. John Neal. Logan, a family 
history. P. 1822. 

Logan. Thomas Bangs Thorpe (?). 
The master's house : a tale of Southern 
Ufe... N.Y. 1864. 

Logan, Olive. Mrs. (Hive iLogan) 
Sikes. Get thee behind me, Satan! a 
home-bom book of home-truths . . . 
N.Y. 1872. 

Lola. Jli^s. Emma [Moffett) Wynne, 




who, during the civil war, occasionally 

contributed to the " Field and Fireside " 

(Augusta, Ga.) under this pen-name. 

Lombard, A. Benjamin Smart. 

" The fluctaations of our money system, Mr. 
Smart's occupation enabled him to consider 
vrlih peculiar advantages; and accordingly, In 
addition to frequent communications on points 
of fact (< Gent. Mag.,* Nov. 1811, 424, signed ' B. 
8.*), ho entered, under the signature of ' A Lorn- 
bard,* into an extensive theoretical discussion 
on the subject, of which the pages of this 
(*Gent') Magazine from 1813 to 1820 bear 

Lombarda, Una. Felicita Morandi, 
Ghirlanda di flori per I'infanzia e per 
Tadolescenza. 1857. 

London Antiquary, A. John Camden 
Zlotten. A dictionary of modem slang, 
cant, and vulgar words ... L. 185&-00. 

London Hermit. F, Parke, Poetry 
and essays. L. 18-. 

London Mercliant, A. C, W. Stokes. 
An inquiry of the Home Secretary as to 
whether Professor Tyndall has not sub- 
jected himself [in his Belfast Address] 
to the "Penalty on persons expressing 
blasphemous opinions "... By ... L. 

London Physician, A James Hou>- 
ard. The evils of England, social and 
economical. L. 1848. 

London Physician, A. Edward 
Smith, M.D. How to get fat . . . L. 

London Physician, A. Samuel 
Dickson. Memorable events in the life 
of . . . L. 1803. 

London Physician, A. WiUiam 
Augustus Guy, M.D, Principles of for- 
ensic medicine. L. 1844. 

London W. Joseph 11. Dean, editor 
of "Bicycling World" (Boston). 

Londoner, A. Walter While. A L/s 
walk to the Land's End ; and a trip to 
the Scilly Isles. L. 1855. 

Londoner, A. Charles Lamb, " The 
Londoner," contributed to the "Re- 

Long, Silent. Eev. Thomtis T. L'/nch. 
The ethics of quotation ... L. 1850. 

Long Island Farmer Poet. Blood- 
good H. Cutter. 

Longchamps. John C. Delille, Paris 
correspondent of the "Spirit of the 
Times" (N.Y.). 

Looker-On, A. John Dix Boss. Lo- 
cal loiterings, and visits in the vicinity 
of Boston ... B. 1845. 

Looker On, A. Hector Orr. A sketch 
of Camden City, New Jersey, with a view 
to business. By . . . Camden, 1873. 

Looker On f^om America, A. 
Charles Brandon Boi/nton. Tho four 

great powers : England, France, Bussia, 
and America . . . Ciu. 1806. 

Looker-On-Here in Vienna. Mrs. 
Mary E. Andersen. Tho merchant's 

Lord and Lady there, The. Lord 
George Grenville Nugent, and Lady Nugent, 
The legends of the library at Lilies, by 
... L. 18o2. 

Lord Bishop of Oxford. Robert 
Lowth, D.D. Sermon before the Society 
for the l^opagation of the Gospel . . . 
By . . . L. 1771. 

Lord Chief Commissioner of the 
Jury Court, The. William Adam. Ex- 
tracts from a paper entitled Statement, 
efc, by . . . Edinb. (?) 1823. 

Lorenzo. Lorenzo Dow. Polenucal 
works of Lorenzo. N.Y. 1814. 

Lorimer, Mary. M. 0. B. Dunning. 
Among the trees: journal of walks in 
the woods . . . N.Y. 187-. 

Lorlng, Laura. Laura Loring Pratt. 
Juveniles. B. 1874-76. 

Lorm, Hieronymus. Heinrich Landes- 
mann. High-life in der Vorstadt, in 
" Ueber Land und Meer." 1878. 

Lorrain, CamiUe. Ilippolyte Babou,. 
who, under this signature, contributed to 
Parisian journals. 

Lorraine, Mrs. Felix. Lady Caro- 
line {Ponsonby) Lamb. 

" Lord Beaconsfleld, Id 'Vivian Grey,* roaghly 

Jiketched the portrait of the eutjcct of oar article 
11 'Mrs. Felix Lorraine.' At end of the first 
edition of that worlc (1827) . . . there is a key to 
the novel, in which these disguised and real 
names amongst others are given : — ' Marquis of 
Cnrabas, Marquis of Clanricarde ; * Mr. Foaming 
Fudge,* Mr. Brougham: * Mr. Charlatan Gaa, 
Mr. Canning: 'Lord Past Century,' £arl of 
Etdon; 'Mr. Liberal Principles,' Mr. Buskis- 
son ; ' the Duke of Waterloo,' the Duke of Wel- 
lington ; ' Prince Hungary ,' Prince Esterhazy ; 
' tho Marchioness of ATmacks,' the Marchioness 
of Londonderry ; 'Mrs. Felix Lorraine,' Lady 
Caroline Lamo; 'Stanislaus Hoax,' TTieodore 
Hook; 'liOrd Prima Donna,' Lord WUliam 
Lennox ; and ' the Marquis of Grandgout,' tho 
Marquis of Hertford,*' — Bee "Gent. Mag.," 
October, 1883, pp. 341, 42. 

Lorrequer, Harry. Charles James 
Lever. Charles O'Malley. L. 1841. 

Lorrimer, Laura. Mrs. Julia (Fin- 
ley) Shelton, who, under this signature, 
was a contributor to various journals 
and magazines, "North and South,"' 
"Godey's Lady's Book," "Louisville 
Journal," and "Field and Fireside"' 
among others. 

Lot, Parson. Rev. Charles Kings-^ 

"It was at one of these gatherings" at Mr. 
Maurice's, " towards the end of 1847 or early in 
1818, when Kingslw fovmd himself in a minority 
of one, that he said Jokingly, he felt much as Lot 
must liavo felt in tho Cities of the Plain when he 




■ecmed as one that mocktcl to his sons-in-law. 
The name' Parson Lot' was then and there sug- 
gested, and adopted by him as a familiar ttom oe 
plume, Ue used it from 1848 up to 1856 ; at first 
constantly, latterly much more rarelv. But the 
name wua chiefly made famous by nls writings 
in ' Politics for the People,' the * Christian So. 
eiallst,' and the ' Journal of Association,* three 
mriodicals which covered the years from *48 to 
'62, by ' Alton Locke,' and by tracts and pam- 
phlets, of which the best lEnown is * Cheap 
Clothes and Nasty.' " 

IjOthrop, Amy. Miss Anna B. War- 
ner. Dollars and cents. P. 1860. 

IiotI, Pierre. Julien Viaud. Azyadc^ : 
le mariage de Loti and le roman du 
Spahi. Paris, 188-. 

Lottie. Aliss G, Walker. Leares 
blown together. By ... L. 1866. • 

liOuis. Louis Daiens, in Beloc's " Sex- 
agenarian/' Vol. 2, p. 100. 2d ed. L. 

Louisa, Aunt. Mrs. Richard Valen- 
tine. Wee Wee Stories. N.Y. 187-. 

Lounger, A. Frank Fowler. Dottings 
of . . . L. 1859. 

Lounger, A. John Matthews. Eloisa 
en dishabille. A new version of that 
ladjr's celebrated epistle to Abclard, in 
English metre. L. 1780. 

This jeu d^esprit has been attrlhnted to Por- 
son, Coleridge, and Mathlas; but Moore, iu bis 
" Life of Byron," says it was written by John 
McUthews^ Esq.f of Belmont, Dercfordshire, 
and that I*or»on was in the habit of reciting it, 
and even printed an edition. 

Lounger, A. William Bromet^ M.D., 
F.S.A. Perigrine in France ; or . . . 
journal. L. 18-. 

Lounger, A, an Old Maid, and Lady 
Honora. Alexander M! Gibbon. An- 
swer to the satirical poem on Stirling. 
In three rcspondendos . . . Stirling, 1809. 

Lounger, The. George William Cur- 
tis, probably his signature in some paper 
or periodical. 

Lounger, The. Joseph B. Gilder, in 
his contributions to the ** Critic and Good 
Literature" (N.Y.). 

Lounger at the Clubs, The. Ed- 
mund Yates, in the " Illustrated Times " 
for many years, from 1865. 

Lounger in the Lobby, The. Roj/al 
W. Merrill, in his contributions to the 
"Press" (P.). 

Love, James. James Dance. Pamela : 
a comedy. L. 1742. 

Lovechild, Mrs. Lady Eleanor Fenn. 
The child's grammar. L. 1851. 

Lovechild, Solomon. Lady Eleanor 
Fenn. Sketches of little boys and girls. 

Lovechurch, Leonard. Rev. George 
Smith, of Sheffield. A letter to the in- 
habitants of Sheffield on a subject which 

has lately made, and is likely to make, 
much noise iu the town and neighbour- 
hood ; or, a short peal on the new bells 
. . . Sheffield, 1709. 

This pamphlet, signed " L.L.,'* was reprinted 
from the "Country Spectator '* (Gainsborough, 
1792-03), where it was subscribed "Leonard 

Lovel. John Lamb, father of Charles. 
— See Lamb's •* EUa," "The Old 
Benchers," etc. 

Lovemore, Sir Charles. Mrs. N. 
Manleif de la Riviere. The adrentures of 
Rivella ; or, the history of the author of 
the Atalantis ... L. 1714. 

Lovengood, But. George W. Harris. 
Sut Lovengood : yams spun by a " Natu- 
ral bom dum'd Fool " ; warped and wove 
for public wear. P. 187-. 

Lover of Christ, A. Rev. John Colleti 
Rijland. The life and actions of Jesus 
Christ ... By . .. L. 1760. 

Lover of Christian Liberty, A. Wil- 
liam Matthews. Considerations on public 
worship ... By . . . Bristol, 1808. 

Lover of Episcopacy, A. Zachanj 
Grey, LL.D. A century of eminent 
Presbyterian preachers ; or, a collection 
of choyce sayings, from the publick ser- 
mons before the two houses, from Novem- 
ber, 1640, to Jan. 31, 1648. (The day after 
the king was beheaded. ) By ... L. 1723. 

Lover of Free Grace, A. John Wes- 
ley. What is an Arminian? answered. 
By . . . L. 1770. 

Lover of her Sex, A Mary AsteJl. 
A serious proposal to the ladies . . . By 
... L. 1606. 

Lover of his Country, Au Henry 
Fielding. The crisis : a sermon on Rev. 
xiv. 0, 10, 11 . . . L. 1741. 

Lover of his Country, Au George 
Ridpath. A discourse upon the union of 
Scotland and England . . . n.p. 1702. 

Lover of his Country, A. Willtam 
Macintosh, of Borlum. An essay on the 
husbandry of Scotland . . . Edinb. 1732. 

Lover of his Country, A William 
8mith, D.D. An historical account of 
the expedition against the Ohio Indians 
in 1764, under the command of Henry 
Bouquet, Esq. ... By . . . P. 1766. 

Lover of ids Country, A. Caleb 
Fleming. The immorality of prophanc 
swearing demonstrated ... L. n.d. 

Lover of his Country, A. Rev. Ar- 
thur Ashley Sjkes. A letter to a friend 
. . . L. 1717. 

Lover of his King and Country, A. 
8. Hayward. A letter to the inhabitants 
of Great Britain and Ireland ... By . . . 
L. 1756. 




liover of his Memory, A. John 
Bhodes. Fruits of a father's love : being 
the adrice of William Penn to his chil- 
dren ... L. 1726. 

Ijover of History, A. Zachary Greyy 
LLJ), A caveat against Mr. Benj. Ben- 
net, a meer pretender to history and criti- 
cism. By . . . L. 1724. 

Ix>ver of lilterature, A. ThxmcM 
Green, Esq. Diary of . . . Ipswich, 

liOver of Mankind, A. Anthony 
Benezet, The Mighty Destroyer dis- 
played . . . the dreadful havock made by 
the . . . use as well as abuse of distilled 
spirituous liquors. By . . . P. 1774. 

liOver of Mankind and of Common 
Sense, A. John Wesley, The desidera- 
tum ; or, electricity made plain and use- 
ful. By . . . L. 1769. 

Lover of Old England, A. Daniel 
Defoe. Mercurius politicus ... L. 1720. 

Ijover of Order, A. Rev, Joseph 
Bretlandf in the "Theological Reposi- 
tory" (L.). 

Lover of Order, A. William God' 
win (?). Considerations on Lord Gren- 
▼ille's and Mr. Pitt's bills, concerning 
treasonable and seditious practices, etc. 
By . . . L. 1796. 

Lover of Peace and Order, A. 
Esther Tuke. An address to the inhabi- 
tants of the city of York ... By . . . 
York, about 1794. 

Lover of Peace and the Public 
Good, A. John Humfrey, Letters to 
Parliament-Men ... L. 1701. 

Signed "J. H." 

Lover of Peace and Truth, A. 
Joseph Priestley, A free address to those 
who have petitioned for the repeal of the 
late act of parliament, in favour of the 
Boman Catholics. L. 1780. 

Lover of Peace and Truth In this 
Church, A. Rev, James Adams, Mar- 
row-chicaning displayed . . . n.p. 1726. 

Lover of Stability. Noah Webster, 
Article in the " Hampshire Gazette." 

Lover of that Innocent and health- 
ftil diversion, A. George Smith. " The 
Angler's Magazine" . . . (L. 1764). 

Lover of that People, A. John 
Barclay, An affectionate address to 
such of the people called Friends as 
reside in London and its vicinity. By 
• • • L. lolo. 

Lover of the Chnrch of England, 
A. Patrick Drewe, The Church of Eng- 
land's late conflict with, and triumph 
over, the spirit of fanaticism ... L. 

Lover of the Fine Arts, A. Maria 

(Gowen) Brooks, Judith, Esther, and 
other poems ... B. 1820. 

Lover of the Gospel, A. Joseph 
Priestley, D.D, A familiar illustration 
of certain passagres of scripture ... L. 

Lover of the Gospel, A. Thomas 
Reader, A letter to . . . [Dr. Priestley] 
. . . L. 1772. 

Lover of the Protestant Religion, 
A. Rev. William Wright. The Jacobite 
curse . . . Glasgow, 1714. 

Lover of the Publlck Welfare, A. 
Andrew Stevenson. Dc municipum jura- 
mento . . . Edinb. 1746. 

Lover of the Pare Gospel, A. Sil- 
tHinus Gibbs, The Calvinistic doctrine of 
election and reprobation exploded : in a 
letter to a friend . . . Plymouth-Dock, 

Lover of the Truth, A. Jonathan 
Warne. The Babel of Quakerism thrown 
down ... L. 1739. 

Lover of the Truth In Fife, A. Rev. 
William CampbeU, of Dysart. A just view 
of the principles of the Presbytery of 
Relief . . . Edinb. 1778. 

Lover of the Word, A. Harvey A. 
Ingham. Glad tidings; or, walks with 
the wonderful . . . Rochester, N.Y., 

Lover of Truth, A. Tliady FitzpaU 
rick. — See " T. F." 

Lover of Truth, A. George Ooade, Jr,, 
of Exeter. A letter to a clergyman 
relating to his sermon on the 30th Janu- 
ary, n.p. 1746. 

Lover of Truth, A. Rev. David 
Wilson. A modest apology for the con- 
duct of Secedcrs ... L. 1773. 

Lover of Truth and Decency, A. 
John Ewer, Bishop of Landaff . A vindica- 
tion of the Bishop of Landaffs sermon 
... N.Y. 1768. 

Lover of Truth and Liberty, A. 
James Ralph. The history of England 
during the reigns of K. William, Q. 
Anne, and E. George L . . . L. 1744. 

Lover of Truth and Mankind uni- 
versally. Francis Hatt, Friendly ad- 
vice to children and all mankind in gen- 
eral ... By . . . n.p. 1766. 

Lover of Truth and Peace, A. Rev. 
Arthur Ashley Sykes, The external peace 
of the Church only attainable by a zeal 
for Scripture in its just latitude ... L. 

Lover of Truth and the British 
Constitution, A. Caleb Evans, D.D, 
A letter to . . . John Wesley on his Calm 
Address to the American Colonies . . . 
L, 1776. 





liover of Zion, A. John Glau, the 
founder of the "Glassites." A lettjr 
. . . discovering the mystery of national 
church covenanting under the New Tes- 
tament. Edinh. 1728. 

liovette, LUlic. Mr. M, W. Torrey, 

Lowe Fanner, The. William Law 
GanCf an English and Canadian writer. 
He wrote for the " Boyai Ladies' Maga- 
zine " in 1830, and afterwards for " Black 
wood," the "New Monthly Magazine, 
the "Gentleman's Magazine," "Fraser,** 
the "Tablet," "Douglas Jerrold's Maga- 
zine," " Household Words," and finally 
for "Punch." He also contributed to 
the " Metropolitan," the " Cabinet," and 
'*Bentley'8 Miscellany," and was editor 
of the "Lady's Magazine," the *' Court 
Magazine," and the " Town and Country 
Magazine " ; was sub-editor of the " Morn- 
ing Chronicle," and wrote for the " Sun " 
and other dailies and weeklies. Becom- 
ing acquainted with Cobbett, he contrib- 
uted several papers to " Cobbett's Maga- 
zine." Coming to Canada in 1860, Mr. 
G. contributed prose and poetry to the 
"Saturday Header," Montreal, and in 
1865 edited a comic weekly called the 
"Sprite," Quebec. 

Lagay, H. de. Henri liochefort de 
Lu^ay, " Le mousquetairc " of Alex. 
Dumas. Paris, 1854. 

Lucifer. John Bali. The baptism of 
fire. B. 1877. 

Lucius. One of the signatures adopted 
by Junius {(].v.). 

The letters subierlbed "Lacliu*' relate ex. 
cluslvely to the dismisaion of 6ir Jeffcry Am- 
bent from his post of Governor of Virginia for 
the sole purpose, as it sbould sc^em, of creating a 
post for the Earl of HiUsborougb's Intimate 
friend, Lord Botetourt, who had completely 
mined himself by gambling and extravagance. — 
jAtjUES, JuniuB. 

The first of these letters appeared in the 
" Public AdverUscr," Aug. 10, 1708. 

Lucius. Dr. Samuel Parr, who con- 
tributed papers on Troy and the Troad 
to the " British Magaziue " signed " Lu- 

Lucius. Rev. James Blotch Pigpot 
Dennis, B.A., F.G.S. A letter to Lord 
John Russell ... By . . . L. 1848 ; and 
another, 1850. 

Ludlow, Johnny. Ellen (Price) Wood. 
Anne, and other tales. By . . . 188-. 

LudlOTT, Park. Theron Brown. Nick 
Hardy at college ; or, the wooden spoon. 
B. 188-. 

Ludoltr, M. Ltiise Huyn. Beata. 1880. 

Lug^nski, Kosak. Vladimer Ivano- 
vitch Dahl. Chmoel. St. Petersburg, 183-. 

Lulu. Miss Louise G, Hall. Manna : 

' night and inoniing ; selected and arranged 
by . . . N.Y. 1883. 

Lunar Wray, A. Minot Judson Sac 
are. At the back of the moon. B. 1870. 

Lunettes, Henry. Margaret C. Con- 
kling. American gentleman's guide to 
politeness and fashion. N.Y. 187-. 

Lunt, Irene. Irene Bradbury ^ in her 
contributions to the ** Cottage Hearth." 

Luola. Mrs. Mary {Ayer) Miller, who, 
under this pen-name, published poems in 
the youth's department of the " North 
Carolina Presbyterian" and the "Cen- 
tral Presbyterian" f Richmond, Va.),and 
"^rote several Sunaay-school books for 
the Presbyterian Board of Publication. 

Lycurgus. John Kent, a frequent con- 
tributor to the " Public Advertiser " dui^ 
ing 1769, and an opponent of the minis' 
try. He is classed among the claimants 
to the "Junius Letters" {q.v.). See also 

* Private Letters of Junius," No. 5. 
Lycus. John Fitzgihbon, 2d Earl of 

Clare, in Byron's "Childish Recol- 
lections" (Newark, 1807). 

Lyle,Annot. Mrs. Annot {Lyle) Saron, 
who contributed poems and sketches to 
the *' American Courier" (P.) under this 

• Lyle, Currer. Mrs. M. Louise (Rogers) 
Crossley, who, under this pen-name, con- 
tributed some of her most finished arti- 
cles to the " Literary Companion " (pub- 
lished in Ncwnan, Ga.). 

Lyn, R. Sir Robert WalpoU. The life 
of Mr. R. Lyn, etc. L. 1728. 

Ljmceus. Frederick Starr, Jr. Let- 
ters for the people . . . N.Y. 1853. 

Lyndon. Mrs. Matilda A. Bright. 
Margaret: a story of life in a prairie 
home . . . N.Y. 1868. 

Lyndon, Barry. George Lowell Aus- 
tin. Under the tide. B. 1870. 

Lyndon, Barry, Ksq. William Make- 
peace Thackeray. The memoirs of . . . 
written by himself. L. 1856. 

Lyndon, Mary. Mrs. Martj (Nral 
Sergeant Gove) Nichols. Mary Lyndon; 
or, revelations of a life. An autobi- 
ography. N.Y. 1855. 

Lynn Bard, The. Alonzo Lewis. 
Forest-flowers and sea-shells. B. 1831. 

Lynn, £thel. Mrs. Ethel Lynn Bcsrs. 
Greneral Frankie : story for little folks. 
N.Y. 1863. 

Lyon, Bonnet de. Am^d^e Bonnet. 
Eloge du docteur Alph. Dupasquier. 
Paris, 1849. 

Ljnrlst, The. E. Randies, who was the 
lyrist mentioned by Miss Seward in her 
poem called " Llangollen Vale." 

Liysander. Rev. Thomas FrognaV 




Dibdtn, who was the " Lysander ** of his 
own '' Bihliomania." 

Ijysander. James Cheetham. Annals 
of the Corporation relative to the late 
contested elections . . . N.Y. 1802. 

Lysander. William P. Van Ness, A 
correct statement of the late melancholy 
affair of honor between General Hamil- 

ton and Colonel Burr . . . Jolj 11, 1804 
... By . . . N.Y. 1804. 

Iiyttelton, Lord. William Coombe, 
Esq, Lord L/s letters. L. 1784. 

Lyttle, Byrd. E, Victoria Lomax. 
Mary Austin ; or, the new home. P. 1870. 

Lyulph. 27. B, Lumley. Something 
like a nugget : a drama. By . . . L. 1868. 




M. Mr. Macintosh, editor of the 
" Buffalo News/' in his contributions to 
various periodicals. 

M. Thomas Manning, the Cambridge 
mathematical tutor. — See Lamb's " Elia," 
" Dissertation on Roast Pig," and "The 
Old and New Schoolmaster." 

M. Maunde, dismissed schoolmas- 
ter.— See Lamb's "Elia," "Christ's 

M. Mai/nard, who hanged himself. — 
See Lamb's "Elia," "The South-Sea 

M. Joseph Mellish, his signature to a 
paper in the " Microcosm," published at 
Eton College, 1787. 

M. Rev. Gerard Moultrie, who contrib- 
uted S5 hymns to the "People's Hymnal 
(1867), some of which are signed " M., 
others with the initials of his nom de 
plume, "D. P.," for " Desiderius Pastor " ; 
and one is signed " The Primer." 

M. Alexander Pope. — See " Bavins." 

M. Hev. William Lewis Rham, his 
well-known signature in the London 
" Gardeners' Chronicle." 

M. Matthew F. Ward. 

M. Sir George Steuart Mackenzie, 
Bart. A letter to William Rae, Esq. . . . 
on the public execution of criminals. 
Edinb. 1815. 

M. Hugh Miller. Letters on the 
herring fishing in the Moray Frith. In- 
verness, 1829. 

M., ije Marquis de. M. Moise Schwab. 
M<^langes bibliographiques. Marseilles, 

M., Mrs. Mrs. Basil Montagu. — See 
Lamb's "Elia," "Oxford in the Vacar 

M., A. A. Mannington. Footprints of 
the holy dead; trans. ... L. 180t3. 

M., A. Alfred Miles. A word or two 
on the Liturgy. By . . . L. 1887. 

M., A., Ksqiilre. Daniel Defoe. — 
See " Morcton, Andrew, Esq." 

M., A, a liayman. Alexander Murray. 
A clear display of the Trinity from 

Divine Revelation ... By . . . L. 

M., A. B. Arthur Bache Matthews, as 
editor of the "Riots at Birmingham, 
July, 1791 . . . L. 1868. 

M., A. B. Rev. Artemas Bowers Muz- 
zeij. The Sabbath School Service and 
Hymn Book ... B. 1855. 

M., A. G. Agnes C. Maitland. Elsie: 
a Lowland sketch. L. 1875. 

M., A. D. Louis Charles Alfred de 
Musset, as translator of De Quincey's 
"Confessions of an English Opium 
Eater" (1828), etc. 

M., A. D., H.F.S. A. Abbd^ Ang^ Denis 
McQuin. A description of more than 
throe hundred animals . . . By ... L. 

M., A. S. A. S. Moffat. Cedar Brook 
stories ; or, the Clifford children ... B. 

M., A. W. Agnes W. Mitchell. The 
smuggler's son. P. 1842. 

M. B. Rev. Roger Baxter, SJ. The 
Alexandria controversy; or, a series of 
letters between . . . and Quaero, on the 
tenets of Catholicity . . . Georgetown, 
D.C., 1817. 

M., B. ilfr*. Barbara (Miller) Macan- 
drew. Ezekiel, and other poems. Edinb. 

M., B. Bernard de Mandeville. Free 
thoughts on religion ... L. 1720. 

M., B. Barclay de Mounteney. Letter 
to Lord Brougham on the elective fran- 
chise. L. 1889. 

M., B. Bezaleel Morris. A letter to 
Mr. Theobald, in verse, against Mr. P. 
. . . (i.e. Alex. Pope) contributed to the 
" Daily Journal," June 11, 1728. 

M. B., Draper. Jonathan Swift. A 
letter to the people of Ireland. l!)ublin, 

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Maori. James Inglis. Sport and work 
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Maple-Knot. Ebenezer Clemo. The 
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Mar, Helen. Mrs. D. M. F. Walker. 

Marble, M^or. Rev, Henry T. Chee- 
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Marcellus. John Quincy Adams^ who, 
1790-04, varied his law practice by occa- 
sional communications to the "Boston 
Centinel " signed " Publicola " and " Mar- 

Marcellus. Allan Ramsay^ Jr., in his 
contributions to the "Public Adver- 
tiser" (L. about 1776), on the war with 
America. ' 

Marcellus. Am€d€e Marteau, in 
"L'Esprit des Femmes." Paris, 1860. 

Marcellus. Noah Webster, Letter 

to the &onorable Daniel Webster on the 
political affairs of the United States. 
P. 1837. 

March, Anne. Constance Fenimore 
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March, Marjorle. Augusta Liebich, 
in her contributions to the " House- 

March, Walter. Orlando Bolivar 
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Marcllife, TheophUus. William God- 
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Marcoy, Paul. Lorenzo de Saini-Cricq. 
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Translated from the French. L. 1876. 

MarculluB. Philip G. Kershaw. Re- 
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Marcus. William Charles Wells, M.D. 
In the latter part of the year 1780 he 
published an account of Mr. Henry 
Laurens, some time president of the 
American Congress, in the form of a 
letter under the signature of "Marcus," 
to the printer of the "Public Adver- 

Marcus. Oliver Wdcott. British in- 
fluonce in the affairs of the United 
States proved and explained. B. 1804. 

Marcus. Joseph Blunt. An examina- 
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Marcus. William P. Van Ness. Let- 
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. . . N.Y. 1810. 

These letters originally appeared in the 
** PoQghkeepsle Barometer," ISOo. 

Marcus. Matthew L. Davis. The plot 
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also "Philo-Cato." 

Margaret^ Aunt. Miss Margaret (?) 
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"St. Nicholas" in 1883, became princi- 
pal of Wolfe Hall, a school for young 
ladies at Denver, Colorado. 

Maria. Clemens Brentano. Satyren 
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Maria del Occidente. Mrs. Maria 
(Gowen) Brooks, who, in "The Doctor" 
is styled by Southcy "the most impas- 
sioned and the most imaginative of all 
poetesses," and who received from him 
the name of " Maria del Occidente.'' 

Mariaker, Elle. £variste Cyprien 
Felix Boulay-Paty. Odes nouvelles. 
I Paris, 1844. 




Marie. Harriet M. Skidmore. Beside 
the Western Sea: a poem. NT. 1878. 

Marietta. Miss Harriette Mary Brad- 
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Marine Officer, A. Majvr-General 
Andrew Bum, Who fares the best, the 
Christian or the man of the world ? By 
. . . L. 1792. 

Mariotti, Liuigi. Antonio Carlo Napo- 
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Maritzburg, Pieter. Hev. T, Jadlc- 
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Marius. Thomas Day, The letters 
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East India Bill, and the present crisis. 
L. 1784. 

Marius, Claude. Claude Marius Du- 
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Mark, Uncle. Mark Lemon, — See 
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Blarkham, Mrs. Mrs, Elizabeth 
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friend . . . L. 1836. 

Markham, Howard. Mary Cecil 
Hay. Old Myddleton's money. L. 18-. 

Markham, Pauline. Mrs, Margaret 
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Marlay. />. W, Chapman, 

Marling^, Matt. The stories in the 
"Boys and Girls' Weekly" (N.Y.), over 
this pseudonym, were partly written by 
Alfred Trumble, and partly by Charles 
Hull Webb. 

Marllnsky, The Cossack. Alexander 
Bestoujeff, a Russian poet, who, under 
this name, wrote small novels and 
sketches for the " Telegraph," a period- 
ical of Moscow, and for some others. 

Marlitt, E. Ilenriette Friederihe 
Christiane Eugenie John, Old MamscUe's 
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Marlow, The Right Hon. Lady 
Harriet. William Beckford, Modem 
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and interesting emotions of Arabella 
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Martnaduke, Sir. Theodore Tilton, 
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N.Y. 1867. Probably his signature to 
contributions to the press. 

Married Critic, The. Jules Gabriel 

Marryat, Florence. Mrs Florence 
(Marryat) Boss-Church, in her numerous 
works of fiction. 

Marsden, Frederick. W, A. Sliver, 
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Marshall, . Thomas Holcroft, The 

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Marshall, William, Gent. Horace 
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Martel. Bev. Washington Frothingham, 
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Martel, Charles. Thomas Del/, The 
principles of colouring in painting. L. 

Martesia, Honoria. Judith Sargent. 

Martext, Oliver. James Cook Bich- 
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Martin, £dward Winslow. James 
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Martingale, Hawser. John Sher- 
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Mariyn, William ^Trederick. Bev, 
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Martyne, Herbert. William Tait 
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Marvel, Ik. Donald Grant Mitchell, 
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3Iary, Aunt. Mary A, Lathhury. 
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Mary, Aunt. Miss Mary Low. A 
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Mary, Cultivator. Miss Mary Ase- 
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Marylander, A. Beverdy Johnson, 
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Massachusettensis. David Leonard, 




Origin of the American contest with 
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AIbo in a eeries of political letters (17) be con- 
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printed. See tiabin, " Dictionary of Books relating 
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Massachusetts liawyer, A. John 
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Maaaachusetta Yankee, A. Lyman 
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Master Maaon, A. — Ward. Free- 
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Master of Arts, A. William King, 
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Master of Artd of the University 
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Master of Arts of Trinity College, 
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Master of the Grammar-School at 
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Mata. William R. Thompson. 

MaterfkmillAS. Mrs. C. M. Bell. 
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Mathetes. John Wilson {Christopher 
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Boon after learing the unlTerslty (of Oxford), 
be purchased the beautiful estate of Klleray, on 
the noble lake of Windermere, which led to his 
Intimacy with Wordsworth, Sonthey, Quilllnan, 
Coleridge, aud DeQuincey. Here he coutributed 
some fine letters to Coleridge's " Friend," under 
the signature of '* Mathetes.^' Bee " Madlse For- 
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Mathilde. Senriette Friederike Amalie 
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Lecke's " Monatrosen.'' 

Ma9o«, Ovot. Thomas South. Early 
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Matilda. Mrs, Matilda Caroline 

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Matrimonial Monomaniac, A. L. 
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Matthews & Go. Leicester Silk Buck- 
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Matthey, A. Arthur Arnould. Z06 
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Matthias Lord Bishop of Chiches- 
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. . . before the . . . Society for the Propa- 
gation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts . . . 
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Maude. Miss Clotilda Jennings. Lin- 
den Rhymes . . . Halifax, 1854. 

Maorlce, Cassar, Esq. Dr, George W, 

Maurice, Jacques. James W. Morris. 
K. N. Pepper, and other condiments. 
N.Y. 1860. 

Mauris, Maurice. Marquis de Cag- 
lengano, a native of Nice, a Garibaldian, 
and an ardent admirer of Victor Hugo. 

Mauritius, Pfaflfo. Moritz Hartmann. 
Reimchronik des PfaCFen I^Iauritius. 1840. 

Maury, J. C. F. Auguste Tillet, 
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Mawe, Thomas. John Abercromhie, 
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Mawr, Eta. Elizabeth Colling. Far 
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Max. William H. Maxwell, Novels 
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May. M. Porter. 

May, Ck>ra. Mrs. Jennie Curtis. 

May, Edith. Anna Drinker. Katy's 
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May, Mattie. Mrs. C. R. Brown. 
Ethel Dut.ton. B. 1880. 

May, Morna. Miss Lelia B. Bickford. 

May, Sophie. Rebecca Sophia Clarke. 
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Mayfield, Frank. Daniel Stames. 

Mayfield, Millie. Mrs. Mary Sophie 
(Shaw) Homes. Carrie Harrington; or, 
scenes in New Orleans. N.Y. 1857. 

Mayflower, Minnie. Mrs. Catharine 
{Stratton) Ladd, who contributed tales, 
sketches, essays, and poems to various 
journals, under the signatures " Minnie 
Mayflower," "Arcturus," "Alida," and 
" Morna." 

May Fly. Wellington Somerset, A 
Continental tour ... L. 1871. 

Maynard, Walter. Thomas Willert 
Beale, The enteiprising impresario. L. 




Mayne, Hope. Mrs. E, Auderton. 

Mayne, lieger D. W. B. Dick, S. A. 
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Mayo, Frank. Francis Maauire, 

Me. H, C. Banner. Remarks by Me, 
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Me, the Hon. B. B., Esq. Joseph 
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Me, Phtl Arcanos, Gent., Student 
in Astrology. Joseph Oreen. The 
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Mechanic, A. Charles Devonshire, 
Clara ; or, the marriage feast . . . Fal- 
mouth, 1836. 

Medical Man, A. Forbes Watson. 
Flowers and gardens; notes on plant 
beauty. L. 1872. 

Medical Student, A Bobert Douglas, 
Beminiscences of ... in the "New 
Monthly Magazine" for 1843-44. 

" Several of his early effasions flrat appeared 
in the ' G-laaffow Courier ' with the Celtic signa- 
ture of * ShoTlo.' " 

Medico Campo, Don Rlchardo de. 

Gfabriel Harvey, The trimming of 
Thomas Nash ... L. 1871. 

Medlcus. George Bott Churchill Wat- 
mm. Hints for pedestrians, by . . . L. 

Medlcna. John Epps, M.D. Internal 
evidences of Christianity, deduced from 
phrenology. By . . . member of the 
Edinb. Phren. Soc. Edinb. 1827. 

Medlcus. Forbes Benignus Winslow, 
On the nature, symptoms, and treat- 
ment of cholera. By . . . L. 

Medlcus. Daniel Denison Slade, 
M.D, Twelve days in the saddle. A 
Journey on horseback in New England, 
during the autumn of 1883 . « . By . . . 
B. 1884. 

Medlcus Cantabrlglensla. John 
Spurgin, Wisdom, intelligence, and sci- 
ence, the true characteristics of Emanuel 
Swedenborg ... L. 1862. 

Medlcus & Co. Joshua T. Woodhead, 
The golden referee, a guide to health . . . 
By . . . Liverpool, 1874. 

Medlus. Benjamin Franklin, Re- 
marks and facts relative to the American 
paper money. P. about 1766. 

Medlar, Momus. James Smith, Mac- 
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"Rejected addresses; or, the new thea- 
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Medlecott, Humphrey. For the sup- 
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Medley, Matthew. Anthony Aston, 
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Melrlon. W, Owen, in his contribu- 
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Mel, Mary. Mary E. Bennett, Poems 
and tales, by . . . Mary Campbell [pseud.], 
etc. N.Y. 1861. 

Mela Brltannlcus. Charles Kd- 

Melata, Don Macarlo Padua. Fdix 
Amat, Tratado de la Iglesia de Jesu 
Christo. 1793-1803. 

Melena, £lpl8. Marie Esp^rance 
(Brandt) von Schwartz, Gemma; oder, 
Tugend und Laster. Munich, 1877. 

M61e8vllle. Baron Anne ffonore Jo- 
seph Duveyrier. Valerie : comedie. Paris, 

Melissa. Jane Hughes Brereion. 

Mellot, Claude. Tom Taylor. This 
character in Charles Kingsley's "Two 
Tears Ago " is said by Thomas Hughes 
to represent Mr. Taylor, — See " Mac- 
millan's Magazine" for August, 1880, 
"In Memoriam." 

Melmoth. Judge Saint-George Tucker ^ 
in Wirt's " Old Bachelor." 

Melmoth, Courtney. Samuel Jack- 
son Pratt. The sublime and beautiful of 
Scripture ... L. 1777. 

Mels, August. Martin Cohn. Baron 
Leo von Oberg, M.D. A story of love 
unspoken [trans.]. B. 1868. 

MelvUle, £mUy. Mrs. Emily Jones 

Member, A. Joseph Sparkes, An 
affectionate address to the Society of 
Friends in Great Britain and Ireland. 
By . . . L. 1834. 

Member, A. William Milnor, An 
authentic historical memoir of the 
Schuylkill Fishing Company of the 
State in SchuylkUl ... P. 1830. 

Member, A. Thomas Greer Jacob, 
Brief remarks on the Christian Sabbath 
. . . addressed to . . . the Society of 
Friends . . . Belfast, 1832. 

Member, A. Maria Arthingion, A 
few remarks addressed to the Society of 
Friends on the subject of a revival of 
religion amongst them. By . . . Leeds, 

Member, A. Samuel Gtlman, D.D, 
Memoirs of a New England village choir 
... B. 1820. 

Member, A. John Faulder. Remarks 
on the birthright membership of the 
Society of Friends. By . . . L. 

Member for Chlltern Hundreds, 
The. Henry W, Lucy, Men and manners in 




Farliamcnt ... L. 1874. Also in his 
contributions to the " (Jcnt. Mag/* 

Member for Paris, The. Eustace 
Clare GrenvWe Murrafj, the English nov- 

Member of a Close Colle^^e, A. A ugu9- 
tuB William Hare, A letter to Daniel K. 
Sandford, Esq., Professor of Greek in 
the Universitj of Glasgow . . . Oxf . 

Member of a Provincial Parlia- 
ment, A. Edward Gibbon Wakefield. 
View of Sir Charles Metcalfe's govern- 
ment of Canada ... L. 1844. 

Member of Convocation, A. Rev. 
White Kennet. Dr. Snape instructed in 
some matters especially relating to con- 
vocations and converts from poperj. 
L. 1718. 

Member of Convocation, A. Rev. 
Tliomas Vattghan. The legality of the 
present academical system of the Uni- 
versity of Oxford . . . Oxf. 1831. 

Member of Convocation, A. George 
Home, D.D. A letter to the Right Hon- 
orable, the Lord North, Chancellor of 
the University of Oxford, concerning 
subscription to the 30 articles, and par- 
ticularly the under-graduate subscription 
in that university. By . . . L. 1773. 

A\mo ascribed to Rev. Thomas Patten. 

Member of Court, A. John Archibald 
Murray^ Lord Murray. Letter to the 
Lord Advocate on the procedure in the 
court of session and jury trials . . . 
Edinb. 1850. 

The letter is signed " J. A. M." 

Member of Gray's Inn, A. P, B. 
Leigh, Law students' guide ... L. 

Member of his Privy Council, A. 
Charles MacCormick, LL.B. Secret his- 
tory of the court and reign of Charles 
II., by . . . L. 1792. 

Member of it, A. Rowley LasceUes. 
— See"Publicola." 

Member of Lincoln's Inn, A. John 
Raithby, The study and practice of the 
law considered in their various relations 
to society ... By . . . L. 1798. 

Member of Lincoln's Inn, A. John 
Lind, Esq. Three letters to Dr. Price 
... By . . . L. 1776. 

Member of neither Syndicate, A. 
Henry Addington, M.A.f Lord Sidmouth. 
A few remarks on the " New Library " 
question . . . Camb. 1831. 

Member of one of the Societies, A. 
TT. Dale. Calculations deduced from 
first principles ... By . . . L. 1772. 

Member of one of the Religious 
Bocleties, A. Richard Finch. A de- 

fence of the Rev. Mr. Whitefield's doc- 
trine of regeneration . . . By ... L. 

Member of Parliament^ A. George 
Ellis, in Beloe's " Sexagenarian," Vol. 2, 
p. 110. 2ded. L. 1818. 

Member of Parliament, A. Treysae 
de Vergy. A defence of his royal high- 
ness the Duke of Cumberland. L. 1770. 

Member of Parliament, A. Robert 
Henley Ongley, 1st Baron Ongley. An 
essay on the nature and use of the 
militia ... By . . . L. 1757. 

Member of Parliament, A. Sir Rob- 
ert Walpole. A letter . . . concerning the 
duties on wine and tobacco. L. 1733. 

Member of Parliament, A. William 
Pulteney, Earl of Bath. A letter . . . 
concerning the sum of £ 115,000 granted 
for the service of the Civil List. L. 1729. 

Member of Parliament, A. Sir 
Humphrey Mackicorth. A letter . . . giv- 
ing an account of the proceedings of the 
Tackers ... L. 1704. 

Member of Parliament, A. Con- 
stantine John Phipps, Lord Mulgrave. A 
letter ... on the late proceedings of the 
House of Commons in the Middlesex 
elections, n.p. 1709. 

Member of Parliament, A. Sir 
William Meredith, The question stated 
... L. 1769. 

A treatise upon Wilke's election. 

Member of Parliament, Another. 

Sir William Biackstone. A letter to the 
author of "The Question Stated." By 
... L. 1769. 

Member of Parliament, A Late. 
Thomas Carew, Esq. An historical ac- 
count of the rights of elections of the 
several counties, cities, and boroughs of 
Great Britain ... By . . . L. 1755. 

Member of the Arcadian Academy 
of Rome, A. Joseph Cooper Walker, 
Historical memoir on Italian tragedy . . . 
By . . . L. 1799. 

Member of the Association, A. 
Henry Biggs, Annals of the county and 
city of Cork, commencing with an 
abridged report of the transactions of 
the British Association ... L. 1843. 

Member of the Athenian Society, 

A. John Dunton. The Athenian oracle 

... By . . . L. 1703-4. 

The preface is signed " Philaret, a Member 
of Athens." 

Member of the Bar, A. C, W, 

Hart. Essay on industry, and biographi- 
cal sketches of Theophilus Radclifite and 
Emma Jones. By . . . Stcubenville, 0., 
Member of the Bar, A. Phineas 




Bacon Wilcox, Thoughts . . . Colum- 
buB, O., 1830. 

Member of the Bar, A. Leonard Kip. 
The Volcano Diggings : a tale of Cali- 
fornia law . . . N.Y. 1851. 

Siember of the Boston Bar, A. 
Ivers James Austin. An account of the 
origin of the Mississippi doctrine of re- 
pudiation ... B. 1842. 

Member of the Boston Bar, A. 
John Augustus Bolles. The affairs of 
Rhode Island, being a review of Dr. 
Wayland's " Discourse "... B. 1842. 

Member of the British Parliament, 
A. Fronds Ingram Seymour Conway ^ Vis- 
count Bcauchamp. A letter to the First 
Belfast Volunteers in the Province of Ul- 
ster. By... L. 1782. 

Member of the Burton Hunt, A 
Henry Draddon, in the " Sporting Maga- 
zine (L.). 

Member of the Church at Oxford, 
A. William Palmer. At him again 1 
or, the fox withoift a tail, being another 
word for Mr. Bulteel. Oxf . 1832. 

Member of the Church of Christ, 
A. Bev. Richard Clarke. An essay on 
the number seven ... By . . . L. 1759. 

Member of the Church of Eng- 
land, A Rev. William Hopkins , B.A. 
An appeal to the common sense of all 
Christian people ... By . , . L. 

Member of the Church of Eng- 
land, A. Charles Leslie. The case truly 
stated, wherein the case restated is fully 
considered. L. 1714. 

Thi« work Is In the form of a dialogue, and is 
signed <*PbiIalethes.*' 

Member of the Church of Eng- 
land, A. Josiah Woodward. The Chris- 
tian peace maker ... L. 1710. 

Member of the Church of Eng- 
land, A. William Palmer, M.A. Ex- 
amination of an announcement made in 
the " Prussian State Gazette "... Oxf. 

Member of the Church of Eng- 
land, A. J. A. Thornthwaite. The young 
churchman's manual ... By . . . L. 

Member of the Church of England, 
from Birth and Education, A. Bev. 
Edward Evanson. The doctrines of a 
Trinity and the Incarnation of God ex- 
amined ... L. 1772. 

Member of the Church of God at 
Oxford, A. William Palmer ^ M.A. A 
hard nut to crack ; or, a word in season 
to Mr. Bulteel . . . Oxf. 1832. 

Member of the Church of Scot- 
land, A. Bev, James Hog^ of Carnock. 

An essay to vindicate some Scripture 
truths . . . n.p. 1710. 

Slember of the Class of '07, A. Pa rh 
Benjamin. Shakings. Etchings from 
the naval academy ... B. 180-. 

Member of the College of Justice, 
A. James Watson. Kcw form of pro- 
cess before the Court of Session . . . 
Edinb. 1799. 

Member of the College of Justice, 
A. William Spink, S.S.C. Scenes and 
sketches in legal life. L. 187G. 

Member of the College of Physi- 
cians, A. Jeremiah Wainewright, An 
anatomical treatise of the liver, with the 
diseases incident to it. L. 1722. 

Member of the Committee of Peace 
in Paris, A. George AI. Gibbs. A let- 
ter to the American Peace Society . . . 
Paris, 1842. 

Member of the Community, and a 
Sincere Friend to his Country, A. 
John Campbell. The naturalization bill 
confuted ... L. 1751. 

Member of the Congregation, A. 
Joseph Moule. A letter to the membeis 
of the congregation of St. James' chapel, 
Edinburgh . . . Edinb. 1842. 

Member of the Convention of the 
Boyal Burghs of Scotland, A. David 
Dundas Scott, Blue-book curiosities . . . 
Edmb. 1867. 

Member of the Corporation, A. 
Samuel Atkins Eliot. A letter to the 
president of Harvard College ... B. 

Member of the Dramatic liunatlc 
Asylum, A. Crosbie Ward, Esq. The 
haunted housemaid ; or, the villain of 
the velvet vcskit Christchurch, Kew 
Zealand, 1865. 

Member of the Duddingston Curl- 
ing Society, A. Rev. James Bamsay, 
An account of the game of curling. 
By . . . Edinb. 1811. 

Member of the Edinburgh Photo- 
graphic Society, A. — Burnett, of 
Edinburgh. Photography in colours . . . 
By . . . Edinb. 1867. 

Member of the English Bar, A. 
John Sibbald Edison. "St. George for 
England." An address to, and corre- 
spondence with, certain persons disaf- 
fected to the established constitution . . • 
L. 1850. 

Member of the English Bar, A. 
John Hodgkin, Incumbered Estates 
(Ireland) Bill. Objections, by the Irish 
attomies and solicitors; and answers 
by... L. 1849(?). 

Member of the Established Church, 
A. Sir John Bayley, The Book of 




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jections made against the small-poz in 
the way of inoculation from principles of 
conscience. B. 1730. 

Minister of the Church of Eng- 
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Minister of the Church of Kng- 
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Minister of the Church of Eng- 
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Minister of the Church of Eng- 
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munion ... L. 1704. 

Minister of the Church of Eng- 
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Minister of the Church of Eng- 
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L. 1710. 

Minister of the Church of Eng- 
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lilnrriage with the sister of a deceased 
wife . . . Ipswich, 1840. 

Minister of the Church of Eng- 
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their being confirmed . . . By ... L. 

Minister of the Church of Ireland, 
A. Rev. Arthur Philip Perceval. The 
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Also nficribcd to tho JRet. Robert J. M'Ghee. 

3Iinister of the Church of Scot- 
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Minister of the Church of Scot- 
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Minister of the Church of Scot- 
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3Iinlster of the Church of Scot- 
land, A. Rev. John Willison. A de- 
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Minister of the Church of Scot- 
land, A. Hev, William Wishart. A dis- 
course of suppressing vice . . . Edinb. 

Minister of the Church of Scot- 
land, A. William Wilson. The Douay- 
elder nnmask'd . . . Probably Edinb. 

Minister of the Church of Scot- 
land, A. Rev, Alexander Campbell, The 
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Edinb. 1720. 

Minister of the Church of Scot- 
land, A. lUv. John Ballantyne, An 
essay upon Gospel and legal preaching. 
Edinb. 1723. 

Minister of the Church of Scot- 
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occasions. Edinb. 1758. 

Minister of the Church of Scot- 
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bane of this country . . . Glasgow, 1797. 

Minister of the Church of Scot- 
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3Ilnister of the Church of Scot- 
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Edinb. 1S06. 

MlnivSter of the Church of Scot- 
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Edinb. 1737. 

Minister of the Church of Scot- 
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Minister of the Church of Scot- 
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and humble inquiry concerning the right 
and power of electing and calling minis- 
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Minister of the Establishment, A. 
Laurence LocUiart, D.D. An answer to 
the protest of tho Free Church . . . 
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Minister of the Sstabllshment, A. 
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Minister of the Free Church of 
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Minister of the Gospel, A. John 
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blies of the Church of Scotland from 

the year 1638 to 1706, inclusive of both. 
Edinb. MDCCVI. 

Minister of the Gospel, A. Rev. 
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Minister of the Gospel, A. Rev, 
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. . . for the Catholic priesthood. L. 

Minister of the Gospel, A. Nathan- 
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Minister of the Grospel in the 
Church of Scotland, A. Rev. Ralph 
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songs . . . Edinb. 1720. 

Minister of the Interior, A. Sydney 
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Minister, The. Sir Robert Walpole. 
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L, 1789. 

Minister, The. Sir Robert Peel. A 
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a barrister. L. 1846. 

Minister of a Chapel of Ease, The. 
Rev. Andrew Gray. The Chapel Ques- 
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Minister of a Parish, The. Samuel 
Glasse, D.D. (?). An earnest and affec- 
tionate address to his parishioners from 
. . . Gloucester, 1785. 

Minister of the Church, The. Rev. 
Henry C. Leonard. A discourse delivered 
. . . in . . . Orono, Maine, at the funeral 
of Mary E. Crane . . . March 20, 1853. 
By . . . Bangor, 1863. 

Ministering Friend, A. Daniel Defoe. 
A declaration of truth to Benjamin Head' 
ly . . . L. 1717. 

Minister's Wife, A. ^frs. Henry 
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a simple story of a Western home. N.Y. 

Minor. JtUes Grqfde Cam€. 

Minor, A. William Butterworth. Three 
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Minstrel of the Border. Sir Walter 
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Minstrel Maiden of Mobile, The. 
Julia Mildred Harriss. Wild shrubs of 
Alabama; or, rhapsodies of restless 
hours . . . N.Y. 1852. 

Mintifvood. Miss Mary A. E. Wager, 

Minus, Mr. Thomas Moore. One of 
the portraits sketched in the "Man of 
Sorrow," a novel by Alfred Allendale 
{jpseud. for Theodore Hook) is that of 
Thomas Moore. 




Minute Philosopher, A. Charles 
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Mlra, Isablne de. Paul Eyniard, 
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Mlrabaud. Paul Thiry, baron de 
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Translated ... L. 1797. 

Mlrbel, Eillsa de. Baronne Decazes. 

Mbrecourt, £ug6ne de. Charles Jean 
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Miriam. Miss Maggie E. Seaih,'^ 
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Mirllter. A. L. Bou€ de Villiers, who 
contributed to several journals and re- 
views of Paris and the Provinces, under 
the pseuds, of " Lc Capitalne Lancelot," 
"Le Docteur Rouge,*' "Raymond de 
Ferri^res," " Guy de Vernon," " MirUter," 
" Jacques Arte veil e," etc. 

Mlron. Miron J. Ilazeltine, Brevity 
and brilliancy in chess. N.Y. 1866. 

Mlses, Dr. Gustao Theodor Fechner. 
Eleine Schriften von Dr. Mises. Leip- 
sic, 1875. 

MisoBtratus. John Taylor. — See 
" Philanar." 

Mlssloner, A. Bev. William Bowe, 
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By . . . L. 1874. 

Mitchell, Joseph. Aaron UilL The 
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Mix, Parmenas. Albert \V. Kelly , in 
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Mlzpah. Henry Charles Lea. Bible 
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Mnemon. One of the signatures of 
Junius (q.v.), under which "he sarcasti- 
cally opposed the ministry upon the sub- 
ject of the Nullum Tempus Bill." See 
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Mock Preacher, The. Ber, George 
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Moderate Clergyman, of the Synod 
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Address to the ministers of the Church 
of Scotland . . . 1797. 

Moderator. One of the pseudonyms 
attributed to Junius (q.v.). The letter 
thus signed is dated Oct. 12, 1767, and 
attacks Lord Townshend. 

Moderatus. One of the signatures 
adopted by Junius {q.v.). The letter 
thus signed, and dated Nov. 15, 1769, was 
republished in the authorized edition of 
Junius, with the signature of "Philo- 
Junius." The signature was also ap- 
pended to a letter dated March 10, 1770. 

Modem Antique, A. Miss Medora 
Gordon Byron. Cclia in search of a hus- 
band. By . . . L. 1809. 

Modern Genius, A. Joftn Fitzgerald 
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Modem Greek, A. Robert Mudie. 
The Modem Athens ... L. 1825. 

Modem liady, A. Jonathan Swift, 
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Modem Parson Adams, The Bev. 
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Modern Pythagorean, A. Dr. Bob- 
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Modem Rabelais, The. Dr. WiUiam 

Modestus. John Cleland, who was 
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public prints, from time to time, signed 
" A Briton," " Modestus," etc., etc. 

Modestus. Mr. Dalrymple, a Scotch 
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this signature in the ''Gazetteer" and 
the " labile Advertiser," the same being 
attacks upon Junius, and which pro- 
voked a reply from the latter, Nov. 15, 

Modestus. Sir William Draper. His 
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Modoc. J. E. P. Doyle, in the Cin- 
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Modus, A. Jonathan Swift, D.D. 
Some reasons against the bill for settling 
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Moflisslllte. John Lang. Too clever 
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Mogador, Celeste. Countess Celeste 
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m^moires de . . . Paris, 1854. 

Mohawk. Dr. Nicholas Bowe, in the 
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Mohican. Joseph E. Fisher. 

MoUe, Nicholas Thlmlng. Henry 
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Mo'ina. Mrs. Anna Peyre ( Shackelford) 
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Since the close of the war. Rev. Father 
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3Ioina. Rev. Father A. J. Ryan. The 
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Mol6rl. Hippolyie Jules Demoliere. 
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Mon I>rolt. R. E. Selden, Jr. (?). 
Criticisms on the Declaration of Inde- 
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MoDa, Viva. Peter Fishe Reed, one 
•of the contributors, under this signature, 
to the " Weekly Columbian/' a literary 
paper which flourished for two or three 
years from 1850, at Cincinnati, when it 
became absorbed in the *' Daily Colum- 
bian/' and was discontinued in 1856. 

Moncrieir, William Thomas. Wil- 
Ham Thomas. The new guide to the Spa 
•of Leamington Priors . . . Leamington 
Priors, 1822. 

Monday Club, The. Rev. John Wea- 
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Monitor. Arthur Lee, Esq. Monitor's 
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Monk, Geoflfrey, M.A. «/. Henry 
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"Monk" liCWis. Matthew Gregory 
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*' Books have given rise to a Dame that has 
tnat with anythiag like general acceptance less 
'frequently than might have been thoaght. 
Matthew OrMory ialndeed * Monk ' Lewis ; the 
Rev. Jno. WtUiams, * The Redeemed Captive * ; 
the Bev. Henry TayloTt who published the 
** Apology of Benjamin Ben Mordecai for em- 
bracing Christianity,' 'Ben Mordecai'; John, 
author of the ' First Centnry of Scandalous Ma- 
lignant Priests*' etc.; 'Century,' White; WU- 
liiam Jones t of Nay land, from his writings in 
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See <* Gent. Mag." for January, 1888, p. 47. 

Monkey. Fr€d€ric du Peiit-Mir€. 
4Sapajou; ou, Ic naufrage des singes 
. . . Paris, 1826. 

' Monmouth, T. de. Thomas PoiveU, 
Edgar and Elfrida, with the defeat of 
Hoel, Prince of Wales. 170-. 

Monmouthshire Magistrate, A. c/l 
H. Moggridge. Remarks on the report 
•of the select committee of the House of 
'Commons on the Poor-Laws. By . . . 
Bristol, 1818. 

Monsieur de I'Orchestre, Un. Ar- 
nold Mortier. Under this pseudonym for 
many years one of the dramatic critics 
of the "Figaro." 

Mont, Ruben du. Edmund Burton, 
who was for some years a valuable cor- 
respondent of the "Gent. Mag." under 
this signature. 

Montague, Clinton. Miss H, Maria 

Montanus. Vincenz von Zuccalmaglio. 
Yorzeit der Lftnder Kleve, Mark, etc. 

Montclair, John W. John William 
Weidemeyer. Heal and ideal. P. 

Monteagle, liady. Lady Caroline 
{Ponaonby) Lamb, "Lord Beaconsfield 

for a second time depicts Lady Caroline 
Lamb in the character of ' Lady Mont- 
eagle ' in * Venetia.' " 

Montefiore, Joshua. William Play- 
fair. The spirit of the Bankrupt Laws. 
L. 1806. — See " Oddy, J. Jephson." 

Montelion, Knight of the Oracle. 
Thomas Flatman. Don Juan Lamberto ; 
or, a comical history of the late times. 
L. 1661. 

Montez, Ijola. Charles Chauncey 
Burr. Lectures of . . . N.Y. 1858. 

Montgomery, Miss Betty. William 
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Montgomery, Grerard. Bev. John 
Moultrie, in the " Etonian " and in 
"Knight's Quarterly Magazine." 

Monthly Nurse, A. Mrs. Harriet 
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MontifSaud, Marc de. Marie Emilie 
Quivogne - Chartrouse. Contes drolatiques. 

Montigny. Adolphe Lemoine, Joint 
author. Le doigt de dieu . . . Paris, 

Montmorency, Frederick Halta- 
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Nov. 1, 1845. 

Moody, Querulous. David Henry 

Moore, Mollie E. Mrs. Mollie E. 
(Moore) Davis. Poems. Houston, Tex., 

Moore, Thomas, Esq. James Bar- 
low. The Peacock, The Baboon, and 
The Moneyspinners. By . . . Mexico, 

Moore, William V, John Frost. In- 
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discovery to the present time ... P. 1840. 

Moorman. W. Carnegie, in several 
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Sloral Censor. John Latkrop, Jun., 
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Moralisto, Poet *Iiariat' of Car- 
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a poem. Cin. 188-. 

Morar. Sir William Augustus Eraser, 
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Moray, John S. Augustus B, Cazau- 
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Mordaunt, Ijate Colonel Harry, 
The. George Ogle. A modest defence 
of public stews ; or, an essay upon whor- 
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Mordaunt, John. John Moore, M.D. 
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Mordecal, Benjamin Ben. Rbv. 
Henry Taylor. The apology of ... to 
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in seven letters to Elisha Levi, merchant 
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More, Margareta. Mrs. Anne {Afan- 
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Thomas More. L. 1851. 

Morecamp, Arthur. Thomas Pil- 
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Morel, H. Mme. Claude Vignon Bou- 
vier. The daily articles upon the sittings 
of the Corps L^gislatif from 1868 to 1870, 
which appeared in the " Moniteur,'' with 
this signature, are attributed to Mme. 
Vignan Rouvier, 

Morell, Sir Charles. Rev. James 
Ridley. The tales of the genii . . . 
Trans, by . . . L. 1764. See *' Horam, 
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Morely, Ralph. Henry L. Hintan, 
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Morenos, OJos. Mrs. Josephine Rus- 
sell Clay. What will he sayl and Only 
a woman. P. 1878. 

Moreton, Andrew, Esq. Daniel 
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business ; or, private abuses publick griev- 
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Moreton, Clara. Mrs. Clara Jessup 
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Morganwg, lolo. Edward Williams. 
Poems, lyric and pastoral. 1704. 

Moiiturus. Charles Lamb, on burial 
societies, and the character of an under- 
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Morion, G. de. Gaspard Georges^ le 
Marquis de Cherville. Le dernier crime 
de Jean Hiroux, par . . . Paris, 1862. 

Morna. — See " Mayflower, Minnie." 

Morris, Dinah. Elizabeth Evans, in 

George Eliot's " Adam Bede." 

'* The Wesleyans at Wirks worth are Rolns: to 
remove from their old chapel, where Elizaheth 
SvanSt the prototype of <Dinnh Morris' in 'Adam 
Bede,* preached for many years. The new chapel, 
which is to be called ' Bede Memorinl Chnpcl,' is 
' to be erected to the glory of God, and in memory 
of Elizabeth Evans, immortalized as * Dinah 
Morris ' by George EUot in her novel of ' Adam 
Bede' " 

Morris, John. John O'Connor. Wan- 
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Edited by . . . N.Y. 1873. 

Morris, Katherine. Mrs. Frances 
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3Iorris, Dr. Peter, the Odontlst. 

John Gibson Lockhart. Peter's letters to 
his kinsfolk. Edinb. 1819. 

Morria, Rohert. James 8. Gibbons. 
The organization of the public debt, and 
a plan for the relief of the treasury . . . 
N.Y. 1863. 

Morrison, Mary. Mary B.Washbwme. 

Mortimer, Gilbert. Montgomery 
Oibbs. Six hundred Robinson Crusoes; 
or, the voyage of the golden fleece . . . 
L. 1878. 

MortiLnier, Grace. Miss M. B. Stuarts 
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Mortimer, Sir Henri. Almire Gan- 
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Daius la " Chronique." Paris, 1844. 

Moschua. Robert Lovel. Poems by 
Bion [i.e. Southey, Robert] and . . . 
Bristol, 1794. 

Moses. Moses Field Fowler. A de- 
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Most Artful Man Alive, The. Rich- 
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Most Impudent Man Living, The. 

Bishop William Warburton. A familiar 

epistle to . . . L. 1749. By Henry St. 

John, Lord Bolingbroke. 

Also ascribed to Dooid MaUet. — Bee the 
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Most Unpatrlotio Man Alive, The. 

Charles James Fox. — See "Albion." 

Moth. Joseph T. Buckingham. Let- 
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Courier," 1880 et seq. 

Mother, A. Sarah Bird. Amy's first 
trial. L. 1S:A. 

Mother, A. Mrs. J. A. Sargant. Let- 
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Mother, A. Mrs. Crespigny, Letters 
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Mother, A. Mrs. Abigail Molt. Ob> 
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By . . . N.Y. 1825. 

Mother, A. Mrs. Maria {Rowe) Gur- 
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L. 1840. 

Mother and the Mistress of a 
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Home discipline ... L. 1841. 

Bit. Hood. /. N. Fleischner. 

Mountain Bard. David Hatch Bar- 
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Mountain Minstrel, The. Evan 
Mc Colly a Scotch lyric poet residing in 

3Iountalneer. Charlfs Wright. The 
prospect: a view of politics. Buffalo, 




Mountaineer. — Wilson, of Mussoo- 
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edited by . . . L. 1800. 

Mountaineer, The. Joseph Alston, 
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Mousse, Alfk^d. Araene Houssaye, 
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Muelilbacli, liuise. Mme, Klara 
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3Iuehlfeld, Julius. E, Robert RoesUr, 
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MiiUer, Christine. E. C. W. (Gobie) 
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Muggins, William. Charles SeLby, 
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Mnir, Jeany. Dr. John Clark. — See 
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Mul. William H. Muldoon, in the 
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Muldoon, Dennis. George B. Oood- 

Muldoon, Major. William H, Ma- 

3Iullian, Mordecai. This name was 
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3Iulligan, The (of KilballymulU- 
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"The Pimlico PaviUon," in "Punch," 
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Mullner. Jacques Albin Simon Collin 
de Plancy, 

3Iultatuli. Edward Douwes Dekker, 
Max Havelaar; or, the coffee auctions of 
the Dutch Trading Company, 1866. 
Edinb. 1868. 

Mum, Ned. Dr, Zachary Pearce, 
Bishop of Rochester, in a letter contrib- 
uted to the " Guardian," No. 121, July 
80, 1713. 

3Iungo, the minstrel. — Darkison, 
The Border Gipsy . . . An operatic 
drama. 1868. 

Munster, Minnie. Harriet E, Bur- 
let ffh. 

Munster Farmer, A. Thomas Moore, 

Captain Rock detected. L. 1824. 

Also ascribed to Farrar 0' Sullivan and 
J, Jebht Bisbop of Limerick. 

Muralto, Onuphrlo. Horace Wal- 
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original Italian of Onuphrio Muralto, 
canon of the church of St. Nicholas at 

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Murdock, Frank. Francis Hitchcock.- 

Murphy, Dennis Jasper. Rev. Bob- 
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Murray. Robert Sanders, — See 
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Murray, ]>ominlck. Dominick Moran, 

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Murray, Herbert. Rev. Francis 
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MussDUS. John Morrison, D.D., who, 
in early life, contributed verses to the 
"Edinburgh Weekly Magazine" under 
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Muscipula, Sen. John Collier, of 
Urmston. Curious remarks on the his- 
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Musgrave, Philip. Rev. Joseph Ab- 
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Musical Professor, A. Edward 
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of Germany, giving some account of the 
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. . . Ld, lc2o. 

Musical Small-coal Man. Thomas 

Musidorus. B. Way. His signature 
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Mutual Friend, A. Mrs. Orate. The 
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Myers, Xed. Lemuel Bryant, in one of 
Cooper's novels. 

Mylius, Otfried. Karl MUller. Fiir 
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Myra. Mrs. A. W, Fairbanks, Euro- 
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Myrtle, Annie. Miss Annie M. 

Myrtle, Harriet Mrs. Mary ( Gillies) 
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L. 1804. 

3Iyrtle, Mrs. Harriet. Mrs. Lydia 
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Myrtle, Lewis. George Canning Hill. 
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Myrtle, Marmadiike, Gent. Sir 

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Myrtle, May. Mrs. Maria Hciden, 
Myrtle, Minnie. Mrs, Sarah Mar- 
qan (Bryan) Piatt, Mrs. Piatt early 
in life wrote for the "Louisrille Jour- 
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after her marriage, for the "Galaxy/' 
" Our Young Folks," and other peri- 
Mjrrtle, Minnie. Mrs. Anna C, Johi' 

son Miller, The myrtle wreath ; or, stray 
loaves recalled. N.Y. 1854. 

Mjnrtle, MoUie. Miss Julia Bacon, 
wlio has published prose and verse under 
several noms de phtmr, the most popular 
of which was •* Mollie Myrtle." 

Myrtle, Mollie. Miss Agnes Leonard. 
Myrtle blossoms. 1863. 

Mystery. Mrs. Maria Elizabeth {Jour' 
dan) Westmoreland, whose many and val- 
ued contributions to the Southern press 
have appeared under this pen-name. 


N. C. B. Northrup. Political remarks 
by . . . Charleston, 1801. 

N., Karl. Bev. William Nelson, 1st 
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N. of Arkmnaaa. Cd. C. F. M. No- 

N. A. B. Charles Alexander Nel- 
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N., C. John Wilson and others. Christ- 
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N., C, C.P.P.D. Cornelius Nary, New 
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N., C A. Charles Alexander Nelson^ 
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N. O. M. 8. G. Humphrey Cotes. An 
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N., E. D. Edward Duffield Neill, 
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N., E. D. E. Emma D. E. (Neville) 

N., H. Henry Norris. The Royal 
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X., Honorla. Miss Marguerite A. 
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X., H. J. B. IJenry J. B. Nicholson. 
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N., J. John Nichols, Bibllotheca topo- 
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N., J. Joachim Navarro, l^tudes 
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N., J. John Nichol. Leaves. [Poem 
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N., J. B. John Bowyer Nichols. The 
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N., J. H. John Henry Newman. The 
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N. J. N. Mrs. A. G. Wilson. Time 
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N. N. Rev. John Strachan, in his 
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N. N. Charlwood Lawton. Civil com- 
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N. O. Lieut. Edward Thompson. The 
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N., R. Randal Norris, sub-treasurer, 
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N. B. John Hunter, Miscellanies . . . 

N. R. 8. John Bowyer Nichols, Esff. 
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age, was that of assisting in the editor- 
ship of this [the "Gent."] Magazine; 
and the contributions which he made to 
its pages, when not signed with his ini- 
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N. S. G. Lyman Hotchkiss Bagg. Ilis 
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N., T., Philomath. Jonathan Srif}. 
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N., W. William Nay. His signa- 
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N., W. D. William Dummer Northend, 
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Mass., 1844. 

]^««««4H»m, T*»*8. Rev, Thomas 
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Nadar. Gusiave Felix TVtimocAon, 
an aeronaut, who, in 1842, wrote in " la 
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Nadir, WttUam, S.X.Q. WiUiam 
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Nagrom. — Morgan, Boston corre- 
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Nasby, Petroleum VesuTlus. David 
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Natali, Aji^nea and Fanny. Agnes 
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Native, and Member of tlie House 
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Native of America, A. Lt.-Col. John 
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Native of that Colony, A. Carter 
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the Colony ... of Virginia ... P. 1776. 

Native of tlie Forest^ A. William 
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Native of tlie Soutli, Au Dr. Thomas. 
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Native of Vii^inia, A William 
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Native of Virginia, A. Daniel 
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Native of Virg^inia, A. Moncure 
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Native American, A. Richard Hit- 
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Native American, A. E. Hutchinson. 
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I^tlve Artist, A. Edward PugK 
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Native Born Citizen of the United 
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Native Brahmin, Au Joguth Chunder 
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Annapolis, 1784. 

Native Georj|[ian, A. Augustus Bald- 
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Nat'ral Bom Durn'd Fool, A. 
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Naturalist, A. John Leonard Knapp, 
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Naufiragus. Mr. Home. The adven- 
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Nava, Franz. Edward Francis Rim- 
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Naval Officer, A. Captain William 
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Navarln, Charles. Charles Henri 
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Navery, Raoul de. Mme, Marie {de 
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Neale, Flora. Mrs. Georgie A. 
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Neale, Nettle. Miss Maggie E. Heath, 
who was favorably known to the readers 
of the "Field and Fireside" (Raleigh, 
N.C.) under this pen-name. She also 
contributed to the Richmond "Christian 
Advocate" and the Nashville "Home 
Circle," under the pseud, of "Miriam," 
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Near Observer, A. Mr. Btntlei/. A 
few cursory remarks upon the state of 
parties, during the administration of the 
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Near Observer, A. M. Montarju. 
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cerning liberty and necessity . . . L. 

Neck, Mr. Vander. James Burgh. 
An account of the first settlement, laws, 
form of government, and police of the 
Cessares, a people of South America. 
In nine letters, from . . . one of the sena- 
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land ... L. 1704. 

Neckar. B. Fisher. Seventeen num- 
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Needham, Marchamont. Josiah Quin- 
^y* J^'i who, under this signature, com- 
menced a series of papers in the Boston 
"Gazette," June 7, 1772, which were 
ended in January, 1774. 

Neighbor, A. Nathan Fiske, S.T.D, 
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Neighbour, A. Sir Charles Morell. 
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Neighbour, A. Ebenezer Chaplin. A 
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Neighbouring Minister, A. William 
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Nellie. Miss E. Marsh. Issv and her 
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the public letters of Junius. 

Nemesis. James Beal, in the London 
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Nemesis. Alfred Farthing Bobbins. 
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Nemmersdorf, Franz von. Fran- 
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Nemo. Roland F. Coffin. Straws by 
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Nemo, Mrs. Miss — Roberts. 

Neptune. Benjamin Ogle Taylor. 

Nep tonus. Benjamin Bruce. 

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Nero, Caius Claudius. Earl of 
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Nessmuk. George W. Sears. Wood- 
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Nestor. Hugh Barclay. Rambling 
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Neville, Mary. Miss Mary A. Foster^ 
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Neveu de mon onele. Jacques Albin 
Simon Collin de Plancy. L^gendes des 
philosophes. Paris, 1849. 

New Kngland Bride, A. Mrs. Caro- 
line (Howard) Gilman. Recollections of 
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New England Farmer, A. John 
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claring an offensive and ruinous war 
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New England Housekeeper, A. 
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New England Man, A. James Kirke 
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N.Y. 1822. 

New England Man, A. Benjamin 
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New England Minister, A. Bennet 
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New (A) England Minister, A.B. 
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• New Englander, A. Rufus B, Sage, 
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Oregon, California, New Mexico, Texas, 
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New^ Englander Over the Sea, A. 
John Neal, Authorship : a tale ... B. 

New Lord Chancellor, The. Rich- 
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Ne^r Member of the House of Com- 
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payments. L. 1819. 

New Writer, Al. Mrs. Frances E, 
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New Yorker, A. John McVickar, 
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New Yorker, A. Charles Astor Bris- 
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New Yorker, A. Charles Fenno Hoff- 
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New^berry, My Uncle. George Mog- 

Newbury, Herbert. Sarah A, F, 
Herbert. May Bell. B. 1869. 

Newdigate Prizeman, A. William 
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poet . . . Oxf. 1872. 

Ne^irfoundland 3Iissionary, A. 
Archdeacon Edward Wix, Six months 




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Newll, Charles. Adrien Charles Al- 
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NewUght, Rev. Aiiatarchus, Phil. 
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Newte, Thomas. William Thomson. 
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Niade, Hippolyte. Hippolyte £dain. 
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Nicander. Rev, Morris Williams, 

Nichols, T. Nickle. Thomas Nichols, 
** What's in a name ? ** Being a popular 
explanation of ordinary Christian names 
of men and women. By . . . L. 1850. 

Nicholson, My Aunt Margaret. 
Percy Bysshe Shelley. Posthumous 
poems of . . . Oxf. 1810. 

Nick. Jonas E. Whitley, 

Nicolai. Carl Henrik Scharling. Ved 
Nytaarstid i Noddebo Prastegaard. 1874. 

Nidrah. L, S. Hardin. 

Nil. Henry John Whitling, Heidelberg 
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Nil Admirari, Esq. Rev, Frederick 
William Shelton, The TroUopiad ; or, 
travelling gentleman in America : a satiri- 
cal poem . . . N.y. 1837. 

Nilense, le baron de. Jacques Albin 
Simon Collin de Plancy. Les deux Rob- 
insons. Paris, 1849. 

Nilense, le fk^re Jacques. Jacques 
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NUes, WiUys. J. F, Hume. Five 
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NiUa. Mrs, Ahby {AUin) Carter. Home 
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NimbleOhops, Aquiline, Democrat. 
Brockholst Livingston. Democracy: an 
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Nimini, Notus. George W. Ogden. 
A letter to Hull Barton ... By his 
friend . . . New Bedford, 1823. 

Ntmrod. Charles James Apperlev. The 
horse and the hound. Edinb. 1858. 

Nimrod. John Hamilton Reynolds. 
Sporting by . . . L. 1838. 

Nina, Miss. Mile, Nina Duff. La 
Marquise de SenneviUe . . . Paris, 1844. 

Nitgenockle. William Hamilton Gait, 

No Author. Mortimer M. Thompson, 
Plu-ri-bus-tah : a song that's by no 
author. N.Y. 1856. 

No Bel-Esprit John Lowell, LL.D. 

Gov. Strong's calnmniator reproyed . . . 
B. 1814. 

No Bigot to, nor against the 
Church of Bngland. Rev. Samuel 
Cooper. A full refutation of the reasons 
advanced in defence of the petition 
which is intended to be offered to Parlia- 
ment ... for the abolition of subscription 
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No Genius. Alexander Chalmers, In- 
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No Jacobin. Alexander Hamilton, — 
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No Name. Cecil Burleigh, 

No-Party Man, A. Henry Hayes. 
What is baptism ? Is it a fiction ? Con- 
sidered by . . . Holloway, 1869. 

No Tithe Gatherer. Rev, Samuel 
Cooper. A letter to the clergy of the 
county of Norfolk ... By . . . Nor- 
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Noakes, John. Tom Taylor, Bare- 
faced impostors. A farce . . . By J. D., 
Richard Roe, and ... L. 1864. 

Noble Author, A. George Gordon 
Noelf Lord Byron. Hours of idleness: 
a series of poems ... By . . . L. 

Noble liord, A. George Gordon Noil, 
Lord Byron. Lines addressed to a noble 
lord. 1816. 

Noble liord and Bminent IJawyer, 
A. J, Gore, Baron Annaly. Cases ar- 
gued and adjudged in the Court of King's 
Bench ... L. 1770. 

Noble-man, A. Ford, Lord Grey. 
LoTe-letters between a noble-man and 
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Nobleman, A. John Hervey, Lord 
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L. 1733. 

Nobleman, A. Oliver Goldsmith. An 
history of England, in a series of letters 
from ... to his son. L. 1764. 

Nobleman, A. Edward Howard, 8th 
Earl of Suffolk. Musarom delicias . . . 
L. 1728. 

Nobleman, A. Robert Sanders. Ro- 
man history ... L. 17-. 

Noble-man abroad, A. George Gran- 
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his friend in England. L. 1722. 

Nobody. Rev. James Cook Richmond. 
No slur, else slur: a dancing poem, or 
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Nobody. William Stevens. Ovli€v6s 
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Nobody, Nemo, Esq. James Fenndl. 
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Nobody, Nothing of Nowheres. 
Rev. James Alexander Young, 

Nolands, Robert. Rohert William 
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Nomentlno. John McCosh, M.D. 
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Nomlatake. FT. B. or W. P. Partee. 
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Non Clericiu. James Cottle (?). 
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L. 1852. 

Non-Oombatant, A. George Alfred 
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Non-Combatant, A. Henry Jeffreys 
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Nonagenarian, A. Richard Graves, 
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enjoying health and long Ufe. By a . . . 
editor of the "Spiritual Quixote," 
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etc. L. 1804. 

Nonagenariap, A. Mrs, Sarah Anna 
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Newbury port, 1879. 

Noncathonl. John Canton, Electri- 
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Noncommissioned Officer, A. George 
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Non-Intruflionist, A Prof. George 
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Non-Juror, A. Nathaniel Spinckes, 
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Nonaence, Sir Gregory. John Tay- 
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Norb. P. N. Myers, a bicycler of 
Covington, Ky. 

Nore, Altered de. Le Marquis Adolphe 
de Chesnel. Coutumes, mythes, et tradi- 
tions des provinces de France. Paris, 

Norfolk Clergyman, A. Rev. Sam* 
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the new poor laws explained . . . Nor- 
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Noriac, Jules. Claude Antoine Jules 
Cairon. Les m^moires d'un baiser. 
Paris, 1863. 

Norman, liucia. Mrs. S. M. Heaven, 
Youth's history of California . . . San 
Fran. 1867. 

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Officer of the First Regiment of 
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Officer of the United States Navy, 
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Officer of this Bstablishment at 
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In 1847, Prof. Alqviftt, with «ome other young 
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Old Block. Alonzo Delano. Live 
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Old Bookseller, An. William West, 
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Old Book\rorm, An. William John 
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Old Boomerang. John Richard 
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Old Boy. Edward Leman Blanchard, 
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Old Boy, An. Thomas Hughes. Tom 
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Old Cayen. Alexander Chalmers. The 
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Old Celt, An. William Bottrell, Jr. 
Traditions and hearthside stories of 
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Old Citizen, An. Col. William L. 
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Old Citizen, An. Samuel Mordecai. 
Richmond in by-gone days . . . Rich- 
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Old Colonist, An. George Wright. 
Wattle blossoms : some of the grave and 
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Old Colony. Bev. F, JV. Zabriakie. 
Golden fruit from Bible trees. N.Y. 1862. 

Old ConMrvatlve, An. John Gorham 
Palfrey. Letter to a Whig neighbor on 
the approaching State election, bj . . . 
B. 1855. 

Old Cormorant, An. Constance Bur- 
dett. Flight of fancj, ^olly, and fun . . . 
L. and Edinb. 1878. 

Old Cornish Boy, An. Dr. Samuel 
Woolcock Christophers. From out of the 
deeps. [A Cornish tale.] By... L. 1875. 

Old Corporal. Rev. Leander S. Coan, 
of Alton, N.H., in miscellaneons dialect 

Old Correspondent, An. Mr. Fox^ 
the second son of Lord Holland, in a 
communication to the "Public Adver- 
tiser" (October, 1771), which occasioned 
a reply from Junius, under the signature 
of "Anti-Fox" (q.v.). 

Old Diplomatic Servant, An. Dor 
vid Urquhart. British diplomacy illus- 
trated in the affair of the "Vixen." 
By . . . L. 1838. 

Also ascribed to JET. H. Parish. 

Old Dissector, An. James Browne. 
The "Life" of the Ettrick Shepherd 
anatomized . . . Edinb. 1832. 

Old Ebony. William Blackwood^ in 
his contributions to " Blackwood's Mag- 

Old Etonian, An. Bracebridge Tlcm- 
yng. Eton school days ... L. 1864. 

Old Farmer, An. John Lovoell, LL.D, 
The road to peace, commerce, wealth, 
and happiness ... B. 1813. 

Old PUe, An. — See " Waverley." 

Old Vogy, An. Judah Lee Bliss, On 
reform in general and prison reform in 
particular (N.Y. 1863) ; and Footprints of 
travel in France and Italy, with occa- 
sional divagations, by an old fogy. B. 

The latter pamphlet ia signed " Cortus Qal* 
lui." Conf. alM *^0. F. aud A. K." 

Old Friend, An. Miss Jane Louisa 
Will yams. The reason rendered. A 
few words addressed to the inhabitants 
of M[awgan], in Cornwall, by . . . L. 1847. 

Old Friend and Servant of the 
Church, An. William Jones, F.R.S. 
A letter to the Church of England . . . 
L. 1708. 

Old Friend of the Society for Pro- 
moting Christian Knowledge, An. 
Rev. Edward Ward, A letter on the 
subject of the British and Foreign Bible 
Society, addressed to Dr. Gaskin. By . . . 
L. 1810. 

Also attributed to William Ward, D.D., 
l*reb. of Salisbury. 

Old Gardener, An. Edward Beck. 
A packet of seeds saved by . . . L. 1861. 

Old Georgia Ijawyer, An. Oamett 
Andrews. Reminiscences of . . . At- 
lanta, Ga., 1870. 

Old Hand on Board, An. Arthur 
Benoni Evans, D.D. Britain's wreck; 
or, breakers ahead ... L. 1853. 

Old Harlo. Rev. Charles Edwards 

Old Harrovian, An. Douglas Straight, 
Harrow recollections. L. 1867. 

The preface ia aigned " Sidney Daryl." 

Old Hickory. Andrew Jackson. 

Old Humphrey. George Mogridge, 
Old Humphrey's walks in London and its 
neighborhood. L. 1843. 

Old Inhabitant, An. James Hors^ 
burgh, provost of Pittenweem. A glance 
at the historical traditions of Pittenweem 
. . . Pittenweem, 1851. 

Signed" J. H." 

Old Inhabitant of British North 
America, An. Sir Brenton Hcdliburton. 
Observations on the importance of the 
North American colonies to Great Brit- 
ain . . . Halifax, 1825. 

Old Inspector of Schools, An. Jo- 
seph Bentley. Religious training for the 
people ... L. 1802. 

Old Itinerant, An. Rev. Henry 
Smith. Recollections and reflections of 
. . . N.Y. 18-. 

Old Jonathan. David Alfred Doud- 
ney, D.D, Try and try again ... L. 

Old Knick. Edward Dubois. Old 

Enick's pocket book; or, hints for *'a 

Rhyghte Pedantique and Manglynge " 

Publication to be called ''My Pocket 

Book.'' By himself. L. 1808. 

This and "My Pocket Book by a ^Knight 
Errant" were humoroue attackB upon the 
" Toura " of Sir John Carr. 

Old liady, An. Frank Cahill, in his 
contributions to the "Saturday Press" 
(P.), etc. 

Old Ijady, An. A. Dawson. A guide 
to the musical tuition of very young 
children. By . . . L. 1868. 

Old liady in Threadneedle Street, 
The. The bank of England. 

Old liOeds Cropper, An. D. H. At- 
kinson. — See " Odman, Jeremiah." 

Old Maid, An.— See "Lounger, A," 

Old Maid, An. Miss PhiUips. My 
life and what I shall do with it. By . . . 
L. 1864. 

Old Man, An. Josiah Quinci/, Jr., in 
the " Boston Gazette," Aug. 6, 1770. 

Old Man, An. Sir Francis Bond 




Heady Bart, Bubbles from the Brannen 
of Nassau ... L. 1883. 

Old Man, An. Richard Malcolm John' 
ston. Georgia Sketches .. . Augusta, 6a.« 

Old Man, An. Joaeph M. WhiU (?). 
The presidency [political essays, sub- 
scribed . . . reprinted from the " Bald- 
more Chronicle"]. Bait. 1831. 

Old Man, An. Rev, Philip SkelUm, 
Benilia; or, an old man's miscellany. 
L. 1786. 

Old Man, An. Alexander DalrympU, 
Thoughts of ... of independent mind 
though dependent fortune. L. 1800. 

Old Man, The. Samuel Weft, 8.T.D, 
Essays of the Old Man, in the " Colimi- 
bian Centinel," 1806-7. 

Old Man Eloquent, The. John 
Quiney Adams, 

Old Man of Business, An. CharU$ 
Lloyd. An examination of the princi- 
ples and boasted disinterestedness of a 
late Right Honourable Gentleman [W. 
Pitt, Earl of Chatham ] . In a letter from 
... to a noble lord. L. 1766. 

Old Man of the Mountain, The. 
Nathaniel Peahody Rogers, some of whose 
most popular pieces were published in 
the New York "Tribune" under this 

Old Man Treli-kno^m on the Der- 
byshire streams a century a||^. An. 
W. H. Aldam. A quaint treatise on 
"Flees and the art a' artyficiall flee 
making," by . . . L. 1876. 

Old Mariner, An. Mrs. Mary Cow- 
den Clarke. Kit Bam's adventures; or, 
the yams of . . . L. 1840. 

Old Member of Parliament, An. 
Richard Glover, An appeal to the jus- 
tice and interests of the people of Great 
Britain in the present dispute with 
America. By . . . L. 1776. 

Also ascribed to Arthur Lee, Lord Chathamt 
and Dr. Franklin. 

Old Member of Parliament, An. 

Sir Ricfiard Hill. Remarks on a charge 
delivered by the Right Reverend the 
Lord Bishop of London ... in May and 
June, 1803 ... By . . . L. 1804. 

Old Member of the Society, An. 
John Annesley Colet. A letter to the 
Rev. Thomas Coke, LL.D., and Mr. 
Henry More ... to which is added an 
appeal and remonstrance to the people 
called Methodists. L. 1792. 

Old Merchant, An. Hon. John Nes- 
mith. Thoughts on the currency . . . 
Lowell, 1866. 

Old Merry. Edmund Hodder. Book- 
stall boy of Batherton. B. 1873. 

Old Mountaineer, An. J. P. Scrib- 
ner (?). Laconia; or, legends of the 
White Mountains ... B. 1856. 

Old New Yorker, An. William Alex- 
ander Duer, LL.D. Reminiscences of 
N.Y 1867 

Old Nick. Paul £mile Daurand For- 
gues. La Chine ouverte : aventures d'un 
Fan-kouei dans le pays de Tsin . . . Paris, 

Old Noll. Jules Barbev d'Aurevilly, 
who, under this signature, first published 
in the " Kain Jaune " the portraits after* 
wards collected under the title of " Qua- 
rante medallions de TAcademie." Paris, 

Old Officer, An. Rev, Philip Skelton. 
A letter to the authors of " Divine Anal- 
ogy and the Minute Philosopher," from 
... L. 1744. 

Old, Old Bachelor, An. Nathan 
Stone Reed Real, Diamond leaves from 
the lives of the Dimond family, etc. 
By . . . Macedon, N.Y., 1872. 

Old Paris Man, An. William 
Makepeace Thackeray. "Paris revis- 
ited," "Punch," 184"9. 

Old Parishioner, An. Mrs. H, Mad- 
den. Personal recollections of . . . Rob- 
ert Daly, late Bishop of Cashel, at Pow- 
erscourt and Waterford. By . . . Dub- 
lin, 1872. 

Old Parochial Clergyman, An. Rev. 
Dr. John Duncan (?). The libertine led 
to reflection by calm expostulation . . . 
By . . . L. 1794. 

Old Pioneer, An. John Mason Peck, 
D.D, " Father Clark '* ; or, the pioneer 
preacher . . . N.Y. 1855. 

Old Planter, An. Lieut. Ghrdon Turn- 
hull. Letters to a young planter . . . n.p. 

Old Pop. Thomas Popplewell, a cele- 
brated singer of Covent Garden, well 
known to the choice spirits of London, 
the latter part of the last centuiy, for 
his scientific skill and the comic fashion 
with which he sung his songs. 

Old Prob. Albert J. Myers. Manual 
of signals for U. S. army and navy. 1868. 

Old Reporter, An. Walter Henry 
Watts. My private note book ; or, rec- 
ollections of . . . L. 1862. 

Old Republican, An. Rev. Joseph 
Lyman, in the " Hampshire Gazette " 
(Northampton, Mass.), who wrote a se- 
ries of articles in that paper, in 1786, 
against Shay's Rebellion. 

Old Resident, An. Andrew Rurlce, 
Burke's guide; or, the visitor's com- 
panion to Niagara Falls . . . Buffalo, 




Old RMident In the Parish of Sta- 
Terton, An. Charles WUde^oo&e. A 
short and plain address to his cottage 
neighbors. Bj . . . Dayentry, 1840. 

Old Rngbssan, An. 22. N. HutUm, 
Recollections of Rugby ... L. 1848. 

Old Sailor, An. Nathaniel Amen, An 
old sailor's yams. N.T. 1835. 

Old Sailor, An. Isaac Carter. On 
Quakerism ... By . . . L. 1800. 

Old Sailor, The. Roland F, Coffin. 
Archibald the cat, and other sea yams. 
N.Y. 1878. 

Oompiled from Mr. Coffin** talef in the 
••World" (N.Y.), to which he wm a fro- 
^nent contributor under the same pseodonym. 

Old SaUor, The. Frederick Chamier. 
Topsail sheet blocks; or, the naval fonnd- 
Ung. L. 1838. 

Old Sailor, The. Matthew Henry 
Barker, jR.N. Tough Yams. L. 1852. 
Oreenwich hospital: a series of naval 
sketches, descriptive of the life of a 
man-of-war's man (L. 1826), by the 
same author, was published under the 
X>seudonym of "An Old Sailor." 

Old Scout. H. R. Merrill. 

Old Seaman, An. Admiral William 
Sipiney. Causes of the numerous ship- 
wrecks on the Scilly Islands ... in the 
*' Literary Panorama," 1817. 

Old Servant, An. George JBeathcote. 
A letter to the Right Hon. the Lord 
Mayor, the Worshipful Aldermen, and 
the Common Council, the merchants, 
citizens, and inhabitants of the city of 
London. From ... L. 1762. 

Old Shekarry, The. Henry A. Leve- 
wn. Wrinkles; or, hints to sportsmen 
and travellers on dress, equipment, and 
camp life. By ... L. 1874. 

Old Si. Samuel TV. Small, formerly 
editor of the "Atlanta (Ga.) Constitu- 
tion," in his contributions to various pe- 

Old Simon. Alexander Chalmers. 
The present state of our current monies. 
"Gent. Mag.,** September, 1802, p. 809. 

Old Slyboots. James Scott, D.D., 
who, in 1769 et seq., wrote essays under 
this signature which were afterwards 
collected and published in a small 

Old Smoker, An. John Stock, LL.D. 
Confessions of . . . L. 1872. 

Old Smoker, An. James JParton. 
Does it pay to smoke, by . . . B. 

Old Soldier, An. General Sir George 

Old Soldier, An. Major Edward 
Moor. The gentle sponge ; being a safe 

... and just mode of reducing . . . the 
national debt of England ... By . . . 
L. 1829. 

Old Soldier, An. Gen. Jckn Arm' 
strong. Bints to young generals . . . 
Kingston, 1812. 

Old Soldier, An. Capt. David Perry. 
Recollections of . . . Windsor, Vt, 

Old South. Benjamin Austin. Con- 
stitutional Republicanism in opposition 
to Federalism ... B. 1803. 

Bef^famin Austin waa long known aa a writer 
In the " Independent Chronicle," Boston, under 
the slgnatnrea of " Honestns " and " Old Sooth." 

Old Stager, An. MunseU B. Field. 

Old Stager, An. James Aspinall. 
Liverpool a few years since, by . . . 
Liverpool, 1869. 

Old Statesman, An old. David Wil- 
liams. Lessons to a young prince by . . . 
Dublin, 1791. 

Old Straws. Joseph M. Field, in his 
contributions to the "Picayune" (New 

Old Student, An. DanielDana, Jr. {%). 
Baptology. My bootmaker and I on 
modes of baptisuL N.Y. 1860. 

Old Style, Oliver. Dr. James Beattie, 
in the "Aberdeen Journal," 1768. 

(« On the first publication of the poem [Booa'a 
'Helenore; or, toe Fortunate BhepherdoM*], a 
letter highly laudatory of It appeared in Uie 
'Aberdeen Journal' under the nctitiouB signa- 
ture of ' Oliver Old Style/ accompanied by an 
epistle in verse to the author from the pen, It is 
understood, of Dr. Beattie, being the latter'a 
only attempt in the Scots* vernacular."— Bee 
Akdxbsom's The Scottish Ifaiion, Vol. 8, p. 870. 

Old Teacber, An. George BamU 

Emerson. Reminiscences of . . . B. 


First published In the "Journal of Educa- 
tion," and then in boolc form with the author's 

Old Teacher, An. Mrs. Matvaret 
Hosmer. A year in Sunday school. From 
the journal of . . . By . . . P. 1869. 

Old Times. James D. Davis. Old 
times papers. Memphis, 1873. 

These papers were first published in the 
** Memphis Daily Appeal " over this signature. 

Old Tovnisman, An. James Bisset. 
Comic strictures on Birmingham's " Fine 
arts and converzationes,*' by . . . Leam- 
ington (?), 1829. 

Old Tradesman, An. Benjamin 
Franklin. Advice to a young tradesman. 
P. 1748. 

Old Tradesman, An. Thomas Bailey. 
Recreations in retirement. L. 1886. 

Old Traveller, An. Henry Llewellyn 
Williams. Gay life in New York. By . , . 
N.Y. 1866. 




Old Traveller, An. Jfiomas Brown, 
Reminiscences of . . . throughout differ* 
ent parts of Europe. Edinb. 1840. 

Old 'Un, The. Francis Alexander 
Durivage, in his contributions to the 
"Turf, Field, and Farm" (N.Y.), etc. 
He is also the author of " Stray subjects 
arrested and bound over, being the fugi- 
tive offspring of the 'Old Un' and the 
' Toung Un ' (^.t;. ), that hare been ' ly- 
ing round loose,' and are now 'tied up' 
for fast keeping." P. 1848. 

Old Unitarian, An. ThomoM Sanden, 
Unitarianism, old and new exemplified . . . 
in three letters [the first and third by 
" An Old Unitarian," the second by W. 
J. Fox] . . . With a preface by . . . 
Chichester, 1817. 

Old Vioar, An. Rev, Jchn Wood 
Warier, The sea-board and the down; 
or, my parish in the South, by . . . L. 

Old Vicar, The. John Samuel Bewley 
Monsell, LL.D. Lights and shadows; 
or, double acrostics ... L. 1870. 

Old Whig, The. Joseph Addison. 
** Steele endeavoured to alarm the nation 
by a pamphlet called ' The Plebeian ' ; to 
this an answer was published by Addison^ 
under the title of ' The Old Whig.' " 

Old Yorkahire Turfhian, An. Henry 
William Herbert. 

Oldacre, Cedric, of Sax-Norman- 
bury. Rev, John Wood Warter. The 
last of the old squires: a sketch. L. 

Oldbuck, Obadlah. Rodolphe T^p- 

"er Ci). Mishaps and adventures of . . . 

.y. 187-. 

Oldbog, John, £sq. Leonard With- 
ington, D.D, The puritan: a series of 
essays ... B. 1836. 

Oldcastle, Hamphrey. Henry St. 
John, Viscount Bolingbroke. Remarks 
on the history of England. From the 
minutes of . . . L. 1743. 

Oldest Inhabitant^ The. Mrs, Julia 
Mayo Cabell, Sketches and recollections 
of Lynchburg, Va. By . . . Richmond, 
Va., 1868. 

Oldest School Inspector, The. Jo- 
seph Bentley, The best uninspired book 
for teaching children how to become 
"well off" in this world, and happy in 
the next. L. 1864. 

Oldfellow, Polyf^arp, M.D. Charles 
Smart, M.D, Driven from the path . . . 
N.Y. 1873. 

Oldfleld, Traverse. Rev. George 
Whitefield Samson, To daimonion; or, 
spiritual medium ... B. 1852. 

Oldham, Dr., at Gres^tones. Caleb 


Sprague Henry, D.D. Dr. Oldham at 
Greystones, and his talk there. N.Y. 

Oldpath, Obadiah. James Robinson 
Newhall. LiS; or, jewels of the third 
plantation . . . Lynn, 1862. 

Oldschool, Oliver. Joseph Dennie. 
The poetry of the portfolio ... P. 

Oldschool, Oliver. Nathan Sargent, 
Public men and events, 1817-63. P. 

Oldstyle, Jonathan, G^nt. Washing- 
ton Irving. Letters on the drama. N.Y. 
1802. [Krst published in the N.Y. " Daily 

Oldys, Francis, of the University 
of Pennsylvania. George Chalmers, 
Life of Thomas Paine. L. 1791-92. 
Con/. Sabin, "Bibliotheca Americana,'^ 
No. 11,703, note. 

Oleander. David M*Culloch, Dark- 
ness and sunshine. Glasgow, 1876. 

Olim Oxoniensis. George Wilmot, 

A letter to —**•*• •*«*, M.D L. 


O'Lincoln, Robert. George C. Mason. 
George Ready ; or, how to live for others 
. . . N.Y. 1867. 

OUve-Branch, Rev. Simon. William 
Roberts. The looker-on : a periodical 
paper ... L. 1795. 

Oliver, Nathan, Esq. Robert Blakey, 
Ph.D. A few remarkable events in the 
life of the Rev. Josiah Thomson, a Seces- 
sion minister ... L. 1836. 

Oliver, Stephen, the younger, of 
Aldwark, in Com. Ebor. William 
Andrew Chatto. Scenes and recollec- 
tions of fly fishing, in Northumberland^ 
Cumberland, and Westmoreland. L. 

Oliver, William Pynchon. Peter 
Oliver. His signature in the N.Y. 
"Chureli Review." 

Olivia. Emily Edson Briggs, in 
her contributions to periodical litera- 

Olivia. Olivia Wilmot Serres. Olivia's 
letters of advice to her daughters. L. 

OUapod. Willis Gaylord Clark, who 
contributed "Ollapodiana" to the "Knick- 
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Ollapod. Thomas A. Edwards, editor 
of cycling column in the "Melbourne 
Bulletin ** (Australia) ; also in his con- 
tributions to "Springfield Wheelmen's 
Gazette" and "Outing" (B.). 

Olla Podrida. Frank M. Pixley, who, 
since 1877, has contributed sketches, un- 
der this pseudonym, to the San Francisco 




" Argonaut " ; is also editor of the 

Omega. Rev. Dr. Blackburn, President 
of the Presbyterian College, Danville. — 
See " Omikron." 

OmiCTOn. Bev, John Otho West, MJL» 
Church reform ... By . . . L. 1871. 

Omlcron, Mr., " the Unt>om Poet." 
Jihn Oldmixon, who was ridiculed in the 
" Tatler," under this name. 

OmUuron. Francis Patrick Kenrick, 
who, in 1828, wrote a series of articles in 
an ironical vein to the Key. Dr. Black- 
bum, who had opposed his church on 
the subject of the Eucharist, in a num- 
ber of articles signed " Omega,'* entitled, 
" Letters of Omikron to Omega." 

Omnium, Jacob. Matthew James 
Higgins. Letters on military education. 
L. 1866. 

Omnivagant Rujus Wyman, M.D., 
in the " Polyanthos " (B. 1806-7). 

Ompaz, Konx. Richard WhaUly, 
Historic doubts relative to Napoleon 
Buonaparte . . . Cambridge, U.S., 1832. 

This is given In the Brit. Mqs. Catalogue. 

O'N., D. Daniel O'Neill, in the Pitts- 
burg " Dispatch." 

On-the-go. Francis Alfred Steimer. 

One formerly possessed of the 
Place. WiUoughby Lacy, The Garden 
of Islcworth : a sketch . . . by . . . L. 1794. 

One firom the Plough. Q, Mitchell, 
in the London " Times." 

One not of the Association. Theo- 
dore Parker. Answers to questions con- 
tained in Mr. Parker's letter to the Bos- 
ton Association. B. 1846. 

One of a Literary Family. Mrs, 
Anna Letitia (Aikin) Le Breton. Memo- 
ries of seventy years, by . . . L. 1883. 

One of her Ladies. Lady Frances 
Erskine. Memoirs relating to the Queen 
of Bohemia. About 1772. 

One of her Mf^esty's Surgeons. 
James Handley, Colloquia chirurgica 
... L. 1706. 

Tbe preface and dedication are signed ** J. H.'* 

One of her Sisters. Miss R. Bolton. 
The lighted valley ; or, the closing scenes 
of the life of a beloved sister [Abby 
Bolton]. N.Y. 1860. 

One of her Sons. Alfred Owen Legge, 
A life of consecration. Memorials of 
Mrs. Mary Legge. By . . . L. 1883. 

One of her Sons. J<icob Abbot. New 
England and her institutions. B. 1836. 

One of His Children. Mrs. M. E, 
(Harding) White. My egotistigraphy. 
By Chester Harding. Prepared for his 
family and friends. By . . . Camb. 

One of his Constitnents. Henry 
Dmmmond, Esq. Cheap com best for 
farmers, proved in a letter to G. H. Sum- 
ner, Esq., M. P. for Surrey. By . . , L. 

One of his Constitnents. Henry 
Boase. A letter to Sir Richard r1 
Vyvyan, Bart. . . . Penzance, 1826. 

One of his Constituents. Rev. Ed- 
ward Copleston, Bishop of Llandaff. A 
letter to the Kight Hon. Robert Peel . . . 
2d ed. Ozf . 1819. 

One of his Constituents, and a 
Magistrate of the County of Surrey. 
John Ivatt Briscoe. A letter on the nature 
and effects of the tread-wheel . . . ad- 
dressed to the Right Hon. Robert Peel 
... L.1824. 

One of his Countrymen. Caleh 
Cushing. A reply to the letter of J. 
Fenimore Cooper ... B. 1834. 

One of his Descendants. Lorenzo 
D. Johnson. A Boston merchant of 1746; 
or, incidents in the life of James Gibson 
... B. 1847. 

One of His Mi^^^b Chaplains. 
Rev, Arthur Philip Ptrceval. A letter to 
the Right Honourable Earl Grey, on the 
obligation of the coronation oath. L. 1833. 

One of His Msjesty's Justices of 
the Peace. W. Wilskere or Samuel 
Parr, LL.D, Considerations on the 
Poor Laws ... By . . . 1817. 

One of his Majesty's Justices of 
the Peace. Robert Owen, A new view 
of society . . . 1813. 

One of H. M.'s Justices of the 
Peace for the County of Somerset. 
Rev, John Langhome. The country jus- 
tice : a poem. By . . . L. 1774-77. 

One of H. M.'s Justices of the 
Peace for the Three Inland Counties. 
John Weyland, Esq. A short inquiry 
into the policy, humanity, etc., of the 
Poor Laws. By . . . L. 1807. 

One of His Majesty's Servants. Rev. 
Arthur Philip Perceval, A letter to Earl 
Grey ... L. 1832. 

One of his Sons. F, H, West, Me> 
morial sketch of . . . Francis Athon 
West. Ey.., L. 1873. 

One of its Members. Edward Ash, 
M.D. Reasons for objecting to the re- 
publication and circulation of Barclay's 
Apology, addressed to the Society of 
Friends, by . . . L. 1849. 

One of No Party. James Grant. 
Random recollections of the House of 
Commons. L. 1856. 

One of Our Club. Rev, Richard Far- 
quhnr Wise. Clerical papers. By ... L. 




One of ourselves. Richard Marrack, 
assisted by Rev. E. G. Harvey. How we 
did them in eeventeen days I To wit, 
Belgium, the Rhine, Switzerland, and 
France, described and illustrated by . . . 
aided, assisted, and abetted by the other. 
Truro, 187-. 

One of Plutarch's Men. Samuel 
Adamt. "Samuel Adams," said a dis- 
tinguished divine, " was one of Plutarch's 
men. Modem times have produced no 
cliaracter like his that I can call to 

One of the AlumnL John Inglia, 
D.D. Memoranda respecting King's Col- 
lege at Windsor, Nova Scotia . . . L. 1836. 

One of the Authors of '^ lU^ected 
Addresses." Horace Smith. Gaieties 
and gravities : a series of essays, comic 
tales, and fugitive vagaries. By . . . L. 

One of the Barbarous Blockheads 
of the liowest Moh. WiUiam Pettman, 
A letter to Robert Heron, Esq., contain- 
ing a few brief remarks on his Letters of 
Literature ... L. 1786. 

One of the Barclays. Mrs, Harrison 
Gray Otis, Tlie Barclays of Boston. B. 

One of the Bible Readers. Miss 
Sarah Start, Extracts from the report 
of ... in the mission of the Church of 
the Ascension, n.p. 1864. 

One of the Board of Managers. 
William Richards Lawrence, M.D. A 
history of the Boston Dispensary. Com- 
piled by . . . B. 1859. 

One of the Boys. Percy Hethering- 
ton Fitzgerald. School days at Saxon- 
hurst. By . . . L. 1869. 

One of the Churchwardens. Charles 
Westerton. A letter to . . . the Lord 
Bishop of London ... L. 1858. 

One of the Commissioners. Sir 
Charles Edward Grey. Remarks on the 
proceedings as to Canada in the present 
session of Parliament ... L. 1837. 

One of the Company. Miss A, 
Fletcher, Within Fort Sumter; or, a 
view of Major Anderson's garrison family 
for one hundred and ten days. By . . . 
N.Y. 1861. 

One of the Convention. Harrison 
Gray Otis, Letters developing? the char- 
acter and views of the Hartford Conven- 
tion ... W, 1820. 

One of the Country Party. Rer, 
James Webster. A letter ... to his friend 
of the Court Party, n.p. 1704. 

One of the Craft. Cornelius Moore, 
A.M. Masonic biography . . . Cin. 

One of the Crew. John Bolton. Ac- 
count of the loss of the [American] ship 
" Omartal " [on " The Banks "]. By . . . 
n.p. 1860(1). 

One of the Cro^rd. — Greenwood, 
Signature to papers in the " Telegraph " 

One of the Defeated. Frederick 
Hallard. The catalogue question in 
the Advocates' Library . . . Edinb. 

One of the Directors. Nathan 
Matthews, An address to the stockhold- 
ers of the Winnisimmet Company, by 
. • . B. 1852. 

One of the Editors of the New York 
Mirror. Theodore Sedgwick Fay, Dreams 
and reveries of a qmet man . . . N.Y. 

One of the "Eighteen MilUons of 
Bores." Elizur Wright. Perforations 
in the " Latter-Day Pamphlets." By . . . 
Edited [written] by . . . B. 1860. 

One of the 80,000 incorrigible 
Jacobins. Sir John Colman RashUigh, 
Bart, The case of the people of Eng- 
land addressed to the ''Lives and for- 
tune men *' both in and out of the House 
of Commons as a ground of national 
thanksgiving. By . . . L. 1798. 

One of the Family. R, Channiag M, 
Page. Genealogv of the Page family in 
Virginia . . . N.Y. 1883. 

One of the Fancy. Thomas Moore, 
Tom Crib: his memorial to Congress, 
with a preface ... by one of the fancy. 
4th ed. L. 1810. 

One of the Firm. Anthony Trollope. 
The struggles of Brown, Jones, and Rob- 
inson. L. 1870. 

One of the Fools. Albion Winegar 
Tourg€e, A fool's errand ... K.Y. 

One of the Fraternity. Capt. Wil- 
liam Morgan, Illustrations of Masonry 
. . . N.Y. 1826. 

One of the Idle Classes. WiUiam 
Thompson. Labor rewarded ... L. 

One of the Inspectors of the Prison. 
Thomas Eddy. An account of the state 
prison, or penitentiary house, in the city 
of New York. By... N.Y. 1801. 

One of the Jurymen. I^ilip Thick- 
nesse. An account of the four persons 
found starved to death at D(atchworth) 
in Hertfordshire. L. 1769. 

One of the Laity. Miss Hannah 
More. An estimate of the religion 
of the fashionable world ... L. 

One of the Laity of the Church of 




EUigland. Rev. Thomas Nevoenham, The 
family scripture reader ... L. n.d. 

The dedication i» signed " T***»» i y* **»** m ." 

One of the MemoriaLUts. William 
Augustus Muhlenberg, An exposition of 
the memorial of sundry Presbyters of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church . . . N.T. 

One of the MilUon. J, E. Grey, 
Decimal coinage ... L. 1854. 

One of the Ministers in Boston. 
C&tton Mather, A good character . . . 
B. 1723. 

One of the Ministero of Edinburgh. 
Rev, John Inglis, An examination of Mr. 
Dugaid Stewart's pamphlet . . . Edinb. 

One of the Ministers of this Pres- 
ent Churcli. Rev, Q, Hamilton, Just 
reflections upon a pamphlet entitled " A 
modest reply to a letter from a friend of 
Mr. John M'millan . . ." n.p. 1712. 

One of the Old School. William 
West. Tavern anecdotes ... By . . . 
L. 1825. 

One of the Party. F, Taylor, Ella 
V— ; or, the July Tour. N.Y. 1841. 

One of the Party. Miss E. Tuckett, 
How we spent the summer; or, a "Voy- 
age cu Zi^ag ** in Switzerland and Tyrol, 
with some members of the Alpine Club : 
from the sketch book of one of the party. 
L. 1804. 

One of the Party. William H, Young, 
Journal of an excursion from Troy, N.Y., 
to Gen. Carr's headquarters . . . Troy, 
N.Y., 1871. 

One of the People. William Hussey, 
An appeal to the plain sense and calm 
judgment of the people ... L. 1829. 

One of the People. Abraham Lan- 
sing. Brief remarks . . . March 11, 1837 
. . . touching the nomination of a candi- 
date for the Boston coUectorship. B. 

One of the People. Churchill C, 
Camhreh'ng, An examination of the new 
tariff proposed by the Hon. Henry Bald- 
win, a member of Congress . . . N.Y. 

One of the People. Dr, William 
Glover, Letter to Her Most Gracious 
Majesty the Queen, upon the Papal 
question . . . Edinb. 1851. 

One of the People. Hon, Tristram 
Burqes, Reasons why the Hon. Elishs 
K. rotter should not be a senator in 
Congress . . . Providence, 1834. 

One of the People called Chris- 
tians. Georgs Home. A letter to Adam 
Smith, LL.D., on the life, death, and 

philosophy of his friend, David Hume, 
Esq. By . . . Oxf. 1777. 

One of the People called Quakers. 
Daniel Defoe, A friendly rebuke to one 
Parson Benjamin ... L. 1719. 

One of the People called Quakers. 
Joseph Besse, A letter to Stephen Clarke, 
rector of Burythorpe, in Yorkshire . . . 
By . . . L. 1740. 

One of the Raiders. G. W. Atkinson. 
After the moonshiners. Wheeling, W. 
Va., 1881. 

One of the Rhode Island People. 
John Pitman, A reply to the letter of 
the Hon. Marcus Morton, late Governor 
of Massachusetts, on the Rhode Island 
question. Providence, 1842. 

One of the Scotch People. Hugh 
Miller. A letter from ... to Lord 
Brougham. Edinb. 1843. 

One of the Seventeenth. Thomas 
Kirwan, Soldiering in North Carolina 
... B. 1864. 

One of the Sons of the Clergy. 
Julius Brockman Backhouse. The Second 
Advent ; the Seventh Vial ; and the First 
Resurrection. By . . . Deal, 1866. 

One of the Special Constables in 
liondon. Arthur Helps, A lettei^. . . 
on the late occasion of their being called 
out to keep the peace. L. 1848. 

One of the Working Clergy. Bishop 
Charles James Blorr^field, A remon- 
strance addressed to Henry Brougham, 
by . . . L. 1823. 

One of their Number. Cotton Mather. 
The minister : a sermon ... B. 1722. 

One of their own Order. R. W. 
Smiles, The education question: an 
appeal to the Evangelical Dissenting 
laity. Manchester, 185-. 

One of them. Emily Peart, A book 
for governesses. Edinb. 1869. 

One of them. Mrs, Cornelia C. (Joy) 
Dyer. A brief history of the Joy family. 
By... N.Y. 1876. 

One of them. Mrs. W. H, White, 
Some women of to-day . . . N.Y. 

One of themselves. Henry Mudge, 
M,R,C.S., and LA,C, Alcoholics: a 
letter to practitioners in medicine. By 
... L. 1856. 

One of themselves. John Fielder 
Mackamess, MA., A few words to the 
coimtry pastors touching the election for 
the Univ. of Oxford ... L. 1847. 

One of themselves. Charlotte Monte- 
fiore, A few words to the Jews ... L. 

One of themselves. Robert Michael 
Ballantyne. How not to do it. A man- 




ual for the awkward squad . . . Edinb. 

One of themselves. C Pearhyn Ab- 
ton, A letter to the working men of 
England, from ... L. 1806. 

One of themselves. Theodore Comp- 
ton, A letter to the young men of the 
Society of Friends. By . . . L. 1840. 

One of themselves. William Make- 
peace Thackerau. "The snobs of Eng- 
land." "Punch," 1846. 

One of us. Edward Gandy, Moods 
and tenses ... L. 1827. 

One Unconcerned. Rev. William 
Daddo, A.M. The Tiverton woolcomb- 
ers' defence. By . . . but a friend to lib- 
erty. L. 1750. 

One under a Hood. John Major, 
Poetical description of Bartholomew 
Fair. L. 1837. 

Also ascribed to Tkomae Hood. 

One very near a Kin to the Author 
of the Tale of a Tub. John Oldmixon, 
The history of addresses. L. 1700. 

One who has a Tear for Others, as 
well as himself. Rev, A, Ourrie, of 
Abercom. God*8 bottle for believers' 
tears. Edinb. 1854. 

One who has been there. James 
Deiavan (?). Notes on California and 
the placers . . . N.Y. 1860. 

One who has done it and can do 
it ag^in. Francis Cowley Bumand, How 
to get out of Newgate. By . . . L. 

One who has never quitted him 
for fifteen years. Charles Doris, Secret 
memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte. 1815. 

One w^ho has recently crossed. J, 
W. Carrington, The passage of the Isth- 
mus ; or, practical hints to persons about 
to cross the Isthmus of Panama. N.Y. 

One who has Seen and Describes. 
Charles Frederick Henningsen, Bevelsr 
tions of Russia ; or, the Emperor Nicho- 
las and his empire, in 1844. L. 1844. 

One who has seen them. A, R. 
Middletoun Payne. Bambles in Brazil; 
or, a peep at the Aztecs . . . N.Y. 1854. 

One who has stood behind the 
CSouuter. David Pae, George Sand- 
ford ; or, the draper's assistant. Edinb. 

One who has served under the 
Marquis of Dalhousie. Charles Allen. 
A few words anent the "Red" Pamphlet 
[by Colonel G. B. Malleson] ... By . . . 
L. 1858. 

One TTho has served under Sir 
Charles Napier. Probably Henry 
Charles Bunbury. The mutiny of the 
Bengal army ... L. 1857. 

One who has w^hlstled at the 

Plough. Alexander Somerville, The 

autobiography of a working man (L. 

1848), reprinted from the " Manchester 


The ftQthor employed the signatare "The 
Whistler " In the newepapen to which he con- 

One who is also an EUder. Rev, 
Richard Mant, Bishop of Down and Con- 
nor. A letter to the Rev. Henry Hart 
Milman . . . Ozf. 1830. 

One who is but an Attorney. George 
Butt, A peep at the Wiltshire assizes : 
a serio-ludicrous poem. By . . . Salis- 
bury, 1819. 

One ^rho is neither Jacobite nor 
Republican, Presbyterian nor Pa- 
pist. Zachary Grey. A letter of thanks 
to Mr. Benja. Bennet ... L. 1723. 

One who is not a I>octor of the 
Sorbonne. John Louis De Lolme. His- 
tory of the flagellants; or, memorials of 
human superstition ... By . . . L 

One who is really an Eni^lishnicui. 
C. W, Smith. Letters published in the 
« Sun " by C. W. S L. 1853. 

One ^rho keeps his eyes and ears 
open. Henry Ward Beecher. Thoughts 
as they occur ; by . . . A series of pa- 
pers in the " New York Ledger," af ter* 
wards published in Boston, 1862, with 
the title " Eyes and ears." 

One who knew him many years. 
Charles Deane, A brief memoir of Rob 
ert Waterson, a Boston merchant . . 
B. 1869. 

" One who knew him vrell," Richard 
Green Parker. A tribute to the life and 
character of Jonas Chickering ... B 

One who i£now8. Arnold Foster, in 
a pamphlet attack on the Irish Land 
League, 1882. 

One who Knows. W. A. Coffey, 
Inside out; or, an interior riew of the 
New York State prison . . . N.Y. 1823. 

One 'who knows. Charles James 
Wahab. Workman ! What of your 
house ? . . . By . . . Edinb. 1867. 

One "Who Knows it. Hardwick 
Shute, M^, Cuddesdon College. 1858. 

One ^rho Knows them. Thomas L, 
V, Wilson (1). The aristocracy of Bos- 
ton . . . being a history of the business 
and business men of Boston for the last 
forty years ... B. 1848. 

One who Iioves the Souls of the 
Iiambs of Christ's Flock. Rev. Rich* 
ard Marks. English history for chil- 
dren ... L. 1832-33. 




"One vrho inras thar." B. F. Scrib- 

ner. A campaign in Mexico, by . . . P. 

One ^rbo Went to It. Bev. Warren 
Burton. The district school as it was . . . 
N.Y. 1888. 

One who wishes well to all Man- 
kind. Charles Chauncy, D.D. Diyine 
glory brought to yiew in the final salya- 
tion of all men ... By . . . B. 1783. 

One who wishes well to the whole 
Homan Racse. Charles Chauncy, D.D. 
The mystery hid from ages and genersr 
tions made manifest by the Gospel Reve- 
lation; or, the salvation of all men the 
grand thing aimed at in the scheme of 
Ood, as opened in the Kew Testament 
writings and entrusted with Jesus Christ 
to bring into effect. In three chapters. 
By . . . L. 1784. 

OlCeddy, Phlloth^e. Auguste Marie 
Dondey, called Th€ophile Dondey. Poesies 
posthumcs. Paris, 1878. 

O'Neddy, VltreulL Th€oph%U (1) 
Dondey-Dupr^f Jils, Le pays Breoa. 
Paris, 1853. 

Onelropolos. Charles Johnston, Cob- 
bler of Preston : a farce. N.Y. 1867 (1). 

Onesimus. Peter L. Courtier. Me- 
moirs of the life of the Rev. W. Hunting- 
ton .. . L. 1813. 

Ontologos. William Kenrick, LL.D. 
The grand question debated ... By . . . 
Dublin, 1751. 

Onyx. Miss Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. 
Silent partner. B. 1871. 

O'Pagus, Arry. ff. B. Sommer, joint 
author. Our show: one hundred years 
a republic ... P. 1876. 

O'Pake. William M. MaUison, in the 
■"Brooklyn Eagle.** 

O'Pake, 3Ir. Samuel W. E. Beckner, 
in the New York " Comer Stone." 

Opera Goer, An. Donald Grant 
Mitchell. The lorgrnette; or, studies of 
the town. N.Y. 1832. 

The prefaces and Introductory remarka of the 
▼arioaa editions are signed sometimes "John 
Tlmon," and sometimes *' Ik. Marvel." 

Optic, Oliver. William Taylor Ad- 
-ams, who for some rears edited " Oliver 
Optic's Magazine for Boys and Girls," 
and is the author of many books for the 

Optimist, All. John William Kaye, 
Essays of . . . P. 1871. 

O'Quill, Maurice. Martin Van Buren 

Or— d. Sir Robert Walpole. A letter 
from Or[forld in the Shades to . . . the 
D[uk]e of C[amberlan]d in Flanders. 
X. 1745. 

Oran. F. N. Otis, in liis contribu- 
butions to " Harper's Magazine " (N.Y.) 

O'Random, Mem. — See " Waverley." 

Olteilly, Private MUes. Charles 
Gfrahame Halpine. Poetical works . . . 
N.Y. 1869. 

O'Bell, Max. Paul Blouet. John 

Bull's Womankind. L. 1884. 

*' * Max O'Rell,' whose writings have aroused a 
natural curiosity as to the identity of their 
author, stands revealed to the puhlio in the per- 
son of M. Paul Blouet. He is the French master 
at Westminster School, and editor of the Claren- 
don volumes on French Oratory.'* 

Orellana. William Drennan, M,D. 
Letters of ... an Irish Helot . . . Dub- 
Hn, 1785. 

Orient. Frederic Kidder, who con- 
tributed articles to the "Boston DaUy 
Advertiser," in 18d6, on the Popham 
Colony, which were afterwards collected 
in book form imder the title of ''The 
Popham Colony." B. 1866. 

Oriental Student, An. Andrew Ar- 
chibald Paton. The modern Syrians . . . 
L. 1844. 

Orlfi^al Editor, The. John Wade. 
The extraordinary black book ... By 
... 1j. IHol. 

Originator of the Shetland Fishery 
Company, The. Mr. Anderson. — See 
"A Brother Fish Dealer," etc. 

Oriuda. Mrs. Katherine (Fowler) 
Philips. Letters from ... to Poliar- 
chus [i.e. Sir Charles Cotterel]. L. 

Orion. HMor F. Varela. Elisa 
Lynch . . . Buenos Ayres, 1870. 

Orion. J. Hammerton, Orion's Alma- 
nack. L. 18-. 

Orlando. James Hall, who edited the 
" Illinois Intelligencer," wrote letters for 
the " Portfolio," and poems and sketches 
for Flint's " Western Beview " at Cincin- 
nati, signing himself " Orlando." 

Orleanlfui. George F, Wharton, 
War of the bachelors. N.0. 1882. 

Orme, Mary. Mrs. Mary (Neal Ser- 
geant Gore) Nichols, MJ). Uncle John; 
or, is it too much trouble ? N.Y. 185-. 

Orsin, florio. Alice Townsend. 

Orslnl, Mme. Vlrglnle. Mme. Vir- 
ginie (Mortemart Boisse) Baudoin. Heures 
de r^nfance : poesies. Paris, 1839. 

Ort, Ivan. Ossian E. Dodge. 

Orthodox, Moses. John aoyle, Earl 
of Cork and Orrery. — See " G. K." 

Orthodox Diidne, .^i. Rev. Joseph 
Smith. A clear and comprehensire yiew 
of the being, nature, and attributes of 
God. L. 1764. 

Orthodox Minister of the Gospel, 
An. Rev. James Morris Whiton, Is 




" eternal *' punishment endless ... B. 

Ortis, Jacopo. Nicolb Ugo Foscolo. 
Ultime lettere di . . . Paris, 1824. 

Ortyx. David H. Eaton. 

Orwell. Walter Coalmen Smith, 
The bishop's walk and the bishop's times. 
Camb., £ng., 1861. 

Ory, Stephanie. Just Jean £tienn4 
Roy. Lucille. N.Y. 1873. 

Osander. Rev. Benjamin Allen, editor 
of the "Christian MagiEizine" (P.). 

A1m> In misoellaueous poemB. N.Y. 1812. 

Oabom, George, Esq. John Huddle- 
iton Wynne, who was also the " Mother 
Osbom " of Sir Robert Walpole's time. 

Oftborne, Edward. Mrs. Anne Man- 
ning Rathbone. The colloquies of . . . citi- 
zen and cloth worker of London ... L. 

Osborne, Jane. Mme. L^onie d*Aunet, 
Feuilletons ins^r^s dans le journal "la 
Presse " en 1866. 

Osborne, Sandy. Alexander McGrew, 
in his letters to various Western periodi- 

Oscar. Gerald Oriffin, Esq., whose 
first literary efforts appeared in the 
"Literary Gazette," when he was not 
twenty, under this signature. 

Oscar. Mr». Leman Grimatone. Zayda : 
a Spanish tale in three cantos ; and other 
poems, stanzas, and canzonets. L. 1820. 

Oscotlan, An. William Charles Mark 
Kent. Catholicity in the dark ages, by 
. . . L. 1847. 

O'Squarr. Oscar Charles Flor. La 
guerre dans la Baltlque. Brussels, 1854. 

Ossola. Clement Le Neve Foster. The 
Feast of St Anthony in the Val Anzasca, 
in " Land and Water." L. 1869. 

Other, The. Pfc. Edmund George 
Harvey. — See " One of ourselves." 

Other Gentleman of Lincoln's Inn, 
The. Thomas Edwards. The canons of 
criticism, and glossary, being a supple- 
ment to Mr. Warburton's edition of 
Shakspeare ... By . . . L. 1748. 

Otis, Belle. Caroline H. Woods. 
Diary of a milliner. N.Y. 1867. 

Otia, James. James Otis Kaler, in his 
contributions to "Harper's Young Peo- 
ple" (N.Y.) 

Otter. H. J. Alfred. A complete 
guide to spinning and trolling ... By 
... L. 1869. 

Otway, Sylvester. John Oswald, 
Euphrosyne: an ode to beauty. L. 

Oadenarde, I>ominle Nioholaa 
JBgldlus. James Kirke Paulding. The 
book of Saint Nicholas . . . N.Y. 1836. 

Oulda. MBe. Louise de la Ramf, 
author of "Granville de Vigne" and 
numerous other works of fiction. 

The pMadonym Is said by loine nntboritlefl to 

.... . ^j - . . 

be an infantile corruption of her beptlenial name 
(LooiBc), while others translate it as a slang 
French equivalent of *' Why, certainly,*' Oul4dl 

Ouno. T. M. Ashworth, joint author. 
Tom Chips. P. 187-. 

Our Boy Jack. Albert Charles Wild- 
man, in the " Western Counties Herald" 

Our Member for Parla. Henry Du 
Pr€ LnhoHchere. 

Our Own Correspondent. James 0. 
NoyeSf M.D. 

Our Own Correspondent. Michael 
Burloe Honan. The personal adventures 
of ... in Italy. L. 1852. 

Our Special Correspondent. G. F^ 
Atkinson. Indian spices for English 
tables . . . being the adyentures of . . . 

Outcast, The. C. B, Northrup. South- 
em Odes . . . Charleston, 1801. 

Outls. J. C. Ward. The Jesuits 
[hy William Waterworth]. Reriewed. 
By Outis. L. 1862. 

Outls, U. Donough. Richard Grant 
White. Chronicles of Gotham. K.Y. 

Over Forty. Nathan Green. The 
tall man of Winton and his wife . . . 
Nashville, Tenn., 1872. 

Overtheway, Mrs. Juliana Horatia 
Ewing. Six to sixteen. B. 1876. 

Owanda. Miss Emma Robinson (?). 
Only a tramp. N.Y. 186-. 

Owen. Jesse Appleton, S.T.D., in 
the Boston "Panoplist." 

Owen, Ashford. Annie Ogle. A lost 
love ... L. 1862. 

Owen, Junior. George Hardinge. 
Chalmeriana . . . arranpred and published 
by ... of Paper Buildings, Inner Tem- 
ple; assisted by his friend and clerk,. 
Jasper Hargrrare ... L. 1800. 

Owen, J. P. Samuel Butler, The 
fair haven ... L. 1872. 

Owen, Tom, the Bee-Hunter. 
Thomas Bangs Thorpe. The hive of the 
" Bee-Hunter." N.Y. 1868. 

Owenson, Miss. Ladu Sydney (Owen- 
son) Morgan, The lay oi the Irish harp ; 
or, metrical fragments. By . . . L. 1807. 

Owl, The. Charles Henry Bennett. — 
See " Woodensconce, Papernose, Esq." 

" Notes and Qaeries,*' Oct. 21, 1876, p. 883. 

Orrl, Eugene. Thomas Pilgrim, Old 
Nick's camp-meetin' . . . N.Y. 1880. 

Oxford Graduate, An. Edwin Ar- 
nold. — See " A., E." 



Oxford Man and a Wykehamist, 

An. Bobert BUickford Mansjield. The 
log of the Water Lily ... L. 1862. 

Oxonian, An. Samuel Reynolds Hole. 
A little tour in Irelaud ... L. 1859. 

Oxonian, An. Stephen Weston, A 
trimester in France and Switzerland. 
By . . . L. 1821. 

Oxonian, The. Frederick Metcalfe. 
The Oxonian in Thelemarken, 1850>57. 
L. 1858. 

OxoniensiB. Rev, John Pick/ord, 
M,A. Memoir ol Percy, Bishop of 

Dromore, 1837, contributor to the " Athc- 
nsQum " and " Once a Week," and writer 
of various articles in ''Kotes and 
Queries," as " Oxoniensis." 

OxoniensiB. Henri/ Brooke, An ap- 
peal to the publick from an unappellate 
tribunal ... L. 1740. 

Oxoniensis. Rev, Thomas Monro, 
Philoctetes in Leronos : a drama in three 
acts, to which is prefixed a green-room 
scene . . . inscribed ... to the managers 
of Covent-garden and Drury-laDC 
theatres, by . . . L. 1795. 


n. Rev. Joseph Wasse. Miscellaneous 
observations upon authors, ancient and 
modern. L. 1731-82. 

P. Rev. Richard PolwheUf his signa- 
ture in the " Gent. Mag.," 1793 et seq. 

P. William Frederick Poole, in the 
"Boston Advertiser" in 1806. 

P. Hon, Philip Yorke, Earl of Hard- 
wicke, in his contributions to the " Athe- 
nian letters "... L. 1741-43. 

P., Mr. Rev. Robert Potter^ in Beloe's 
" Sexagenarian," Vol. I., p. 298. 2d ed. 
L. 1818. 

P., Professor. Professor William Pole, 
in an essay upon the game of whist, con- 
tributed to a work on that subject by 
C. B. Coles. — See " A<»*w, Major." 

P., A. Anthony Parkinson. Collecta- 
nea Anglo-Minoritica ; or, a collection 
of the antiquities of the English Francis- 
cans or Friers Minors, commonly call'd 
Gray Friers - . . Collected by . . . L. 

P., A. Arthur Pemher, Mysteries and 
miseries of the Great Metropolis • . • 
N.Y. 1874. 

P., A. A, Pen field. Yet another plan 
for the resumption of specie payments 
easy and early. Wash. 1869. 

P., A., M.D. Dr. Alexander Pennecuik, 
of Newhall. A geographical historical 
description of the Shire of Tweeddale . . . 
Edinb. 1716. 

P., A. E. Ann Eaton Polglase, The 
shipwreck : a tale of Arabia ; and other 
poems. By . . . L. 1827. 

P. A. R. Stephen Weston. A supple- 
ment to the grammar for the use of stu- 
dents in the German language. By . . . 
L. 1808. 

P., A. 8. Ann S, Paschall, The home 
circle. P. 18-. 

P., B. K. Rev, Bradford Kinney 

Peirce. Stories from life, which the 
chaplain told. B. 1866. 

P., B. W. Bryan Waller Procter. 
William Jerdan says: "Mr. Procter's 
first appearance in print was, as far as I 
am aware, in No. 45, Nov. 29th, 1817 [in 
the ' London Literary Gazette ']. It was 
signed with the initials of his real name 
. . . and not Barry Cornwall ... It was 
some time before he adopted the signa- 
ture by which he is so well known, and 
his numerous charming productions 
which appeared in the ' Gazette ' were 
signed ' B.,' or * W.,' or * O.,' or * X. Y. Z.,' 

P., C. H. Charles Henry Parry. Me- 
moir of Peregrine Bertie, llth Lord Wil- 
loughby de Eresby ... L. 1838. — See 
''Descendant in the Fourth Generation, 

P. D. Prof. Thomas C. James, M.D., 
who contributed to the Philadelphia 
"Port-Folio," under this signature, trans- 
lations in verse of the " Idyls " of Gess* 
ner, which were highly commended. 

P., D. Daniel Parsons, Arms in St. 
Winnow church, signed . . . Stuart's, 
lodge, Malvern wells, in "Notes and 
Queries." 1867. 

P., D. Daniel Puseley. Dan's politi- 
cal note book. Session 1871. L. 1871. 

P. D. R. Bentley. A full and true 
account of the dreadful and melancholy 
earthquake ... L. 1750. 

P. B. Samuel Pt^ffe. Explanation of 

the expression, a " White Crow." " Gent. 

Mag.," 1754, p. 305. 

<• P. E." are the Ant And last lettcn of P&ul* 
Gemscge. — Sea '* Gent. Mag.," LXVI., p. 979. 

P.,B. Rev. Edu^ard Pearson. A letter 
to a member of the Senate of the Univer- 
sity of Cambridge. Camb. 1799. 

P., F. E. Rev, Francis Edward Paget. 


Caleb Knircton, the inceDdiary: a tale 
. . . Oxf . 1833. 

P., F. J. F. J. Pahtnham, Life lines ; 
or, God's work in a human being. L. 

P., F. M. Francet Mary Peard, The 
wood-cart ; and other tales of the south 
of France ... L. 1867. 

P., G. ^fr8, Gertrude (Hext) Parsons, 
How I became a hero. By ... in " Once 
a Week." 1852. 

P. O. Samuel Pegge, On Godmer- 

sham church, in Kent, "Gent. Mag./' 

1789, p. 420. 

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Peppercorn, Peter. Emanuel Price, 
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Peppercorn, Peter, M.D. Thomas 
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Peppergrass, Paul. John Boyce. 
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Periwinkle, Tribulation. Louisa 
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Person Concem'd, A. Rev. John Col' 
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Person, late Apprentice to Messrs. 
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Person of Quality, A. Edward How- 
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Person of Quality, a Native of 
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Person who lived there ten yearn, 
A. Philippe Fermin. An historical and 
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Person who travelled through that 
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Personne. Edward G. P. Wilkins, 
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Pestalozzi. Bernard Peters, in the 
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Peter. Peter Ziman, MJ>. — See 
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Peter. Geortje Alexander Stevens. The 
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Peter. John Gibson Lochhart. Peter's 
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Peter, Pamon. Rev. Samuel Andrew 
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Peter, Lord Bishop of Cork and 
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Peter of Pontefract. Richard Graves. 
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Peterson, Charles J. J. Thornton 
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Peterson, Paul. Capt. Hugo Plavfair, 
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Petrus. Pierre Borel d'ffauterive. 
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Petschersty, Andrei. Pawel Jwano- 
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Peuchet, J., archivlste de la police. 

jStienne L^on, Baron de Lamothe-Langon. 
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Peudemots, M. de. William Howison. 
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Pfaal, Hans. Edgar Allan Foe, Ad- 
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Phalarls. One of the pseudonyms 
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The letter thus signed is dated Dccb'r 17, 1770, 
and is directed against Lord Mansfield. 

Pliantaates. William Hazlilt, in the 
"New Monthly Magazine," 1822. 

Phazma. Matthew C. Field, who, 
under this signature, contributed many 
poetical and other articles to the South- 
em journals. 

" * Who were the editors? ' [of the « New Or- 
leans Picayune *] asked the outsiders. ' Pbaxma 
and Straws,' replied the Crescenier. 

** ' Not know the Brothers Field? — Jim Field 
[Jos. Field], who bad kept audiences in boxes, 
and pit, on the roar by the hour, and who bad 
turned editor? or Mat. Fields his sedater 
brother, whose heart was like a well, and deep 
enough for any honest human bucket to de- 
scend and take a draught of pure, reviving, 
sparkling friendship.' " 

Phebe. Aliss Joanna Bcntleii, daugh- 
ter of the celebrated Dr. Bentley. See 
" Byrom, John." 

PhUadelphlan, A. W. Williams. A 
handbook for the stranger in Philadelphia 
. . . By . . . P. 1849. 

PhtladelphuB. SamuelWhelpley. Com- 
pend of history . . . N.Y. 1835. 

Phtlagathus. John Haven Dexter. 
Waltzing. B. 1868 (?). 

Phllalethes. Nicholas Amhurst, as 
contributor to the London " Evening 

PhUalethes. William Hazlitt, in the 
" Monthly Repository." 

Phllalethes. Johann Nepomuk Maria 
Joseph, King of Saxony, who, under this 
name, published, in 1849, a German edi- 
tion of the " Divina Commcdia " of Dante. 

Phllalethes. Thomas Morgan, in works 
on moral philosophy, 1708. 

Phllalethes. Samuel Spring, D.D. — 

Phllalethes. Joseph Besse. The Cler- 
gy's plea for a settled and forced main- 
tenance from the Quakers ... L. 1737. 

Also attributed to Joseph Ollive, of Bromley, 

PhUalethes. Rev, John Gough. A dis- 
course concerning the resurrection bodies 
• • . Li. 1 / oo. 

Phllalethes. Rer. Thomas Twining, 
A discourse on baptism . . . 1788. 


Phllalethes. John JoMt, LL,D, The 
epistles of St. Paul ... a new version . . . 
L. 1819. 

PhUalethes. Rev. William Goode, M.A. 
The Established Church. Reply to letters 
on the Voluntary principle, by ** A Quiet 
Looker-on'* [Rev. John Foster], pub- 
lished in the " Morning Chronicle,'' Oct. 
2 and 3, 1834. 

Pmialethes. John Hancock. The 
Examiner; or, Gilbert against Tennent 
... B. 174.3. 

Phllalethes. Matthias Earhery, Ini* 
partial reflections upon Dr. Burnet's 
posthumous history. By ... L. 1724. 

Phllalethes. Henrif Portsmouth. An 
index to William Penn's works. Signed 
. . . About 1730. 

Phllalethes. Rev, John E. Blox, 
Justo Ucundono, Prince of Japan . . . 
Bait. 1854. 

Phllalethes. Cotton Mather. A let- 
ter of advice to the Churches of the 
Non-Conformists ... L. 1700. 

Phllalethes. James Beezley. A let- 
ter to Dr. Formey, F.R.8., l^rofessor of 
Philosophy, etc. By . . . L. 1766. 

Phllalethes. Bev. John Wesley, A 
letter to Dr. Priestley, respecting his late 
publication of Mr. Wesley's letters . . . 
L. 1791. 

Phllalethes. Richard Bentley. A let- 
ter to the Reverend Master oi Trinity 
College in Cambridge ... L. 1721. 

Phllalethes. Hon, Archibald Campbell. 
A letter to the most reverend the Lord 
Archbishop of Canterbury, concerning 
the validity of Lay-Baptism ... L. 

PhUalethes. Sir Richard Hill, A 
letter to the Rev. Dr. Adams of Shrews- 
bury ... L. 1770. 

. Phllalethes. Rev. Nathaniel Lardner, 
A letter writ in the year 1730. Concern- 
ing the question, whether the Logos sup- 
plied the place of a human soul in the 
person of Jesus Christ ... L. 1759. 

Phllalethes. George Turner. Metho- 
dist class leaders not New Testament pas- 
tors or elders ... L. 1858. 

PhUalethes. Sir R. J. W, Horton. 
On colonies. L. 1839. 

PhUalethes. Rev. William Stothert. 
Plain reasons for adhering to the Church 
of England ... L. 185-. 

Phllalethes. Alexander Greaves, 
Reflections on the statements and opin- 
ions published in the " Free Engineer "... 
N.Y. 1820. 

Phllalethes. Charles Leslie, The 
rehearsal ; or, a view of the times, their 
principles and practices : a weekly jour- 

nal, from Aug. 2, 1704, to March 26, 1700. 
By . . . L. 1760. 

PhUalethes. Albertus Samuel Carpen- 
tier Alting, in his reply to J. 1. Doedes' 
*' Modem of apostolisch Christendom ? " 
. . . Leiden, 1861. 

Phllalethes. Rev. Reuben Sherwood. 
The reviewer reviewed; or, Doctor 
Brownlee vs. The Bible . . . Poughkeep- 
sie, N.Y., 1840. 

PhUalethes. Thomas Kingsmill Al>' 
bottf M.A. Revision of the authorized ^ 
version: the English Bible and our 
duty with regard to it . . . Dublin, 

PhUalethes. Col, F. Wel^, Shaks- 
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Mr. Ireland examined, etc. By ... L. 

PhUalethes, M.A., Oxon* Rchert 
Fellowes. History of Ceylon . . . L. 1817. 

PhUalethes, Menclus. Peter Annet. 
Tlie history of Joseph consider'd ... L. 

PhUalethes Candallensis. Thomas 
Lancaster, An examination of a discourse 
on baptism with the Holy Ghost ; lately 
published by James Rudd . . . Kendal, 

PhUalethes Cantabiig^lensis. Rev, 
John Jackson, Farther remarks on Dr. 
Waterland's farther vindication of 
Christ's divinity. L. 1724. 

PhUalethes Cantabiiglensis. James 
Jurin, M.D.' Geometry no friend to in- 
fidelity. L. 1734. 

PhUalethes CantabriglenBls. Thom- 
as Turton^ D.D, A letter to Edward 
Copleston, D.D., Provost of Oriel Col- 
lege, Oxford . . . by . . . L. 1822. 

PhUalethes Cantabrlglensls. Zach- 
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from authentic vouchers, in reply to Neal, 
with Dowsing's Journal, etc. By . . . L. 

PhUalethes Ix>ndlnien8ls. Caleb 
FieminQy D.D, Civil establishments in 
religion a ground of infidelity . . . By . . . 
L. 1767. 

Phllalethes Rustlcus. Edward As- 
pinwall. The impertinence and impos- 
ture of modem antiquaries displayed . . . 
By . . . L. 1839. 

Alto ascribed to WiUiam Asplin^ Vicar of 

PhUaleutheros. Caleb Fleming, D.D, 
St. Paul's heretic ... L. 1735. 

Phllanar and Mlsostratus, Two 
liOndon-Apprentlees. John Taylor, in 

inn-ANepnnos . . . n.p. 1648. 

PhUanax, Calvin. ASamuel Young, 
who published tracts under this name, 


and that of *' Trepidantium Malleus." 
L. 1098-1700. 

Philander. Ford, Earl Grey, The 
amours of . . « and Silvia [Countess of 
Berkeley] ... By Aphra Behn. L. 

Philander. Rev, James Wright, Cap- 
ital punishment ; is it defensible ? By . . . 
L. 1805. 

Philander. David Williams, Letters 
concerning education ... L. 1785. 

Philanglia. James Scott, D,D., who 
published the essays in the London *' Pub- 
lic Advertiser," under this signature, 1765 
el seq. 

Philanthropist, A. W, P, RUssell, 
British liberty and philanthropy ... L. 

Philanthropist, A. Josiah Harris, 
A voice from the ocean grave . . . 
Truro, 1859. 

Phllanthropos. William Ladd, 
Brief illustration of the principles of 
war and peace. Albany, 1831. 

Phllanthropos. Thomas Mortimer, 
Esq. Every man his own broker . . . 
By . . . L. 1701. 

Phllanthropos. John Fellows. Grace 
triumphant : a sacred poem . . . By . . . 
L. 1770. 

Phllanthropos. John Dove. Bational 
religion, distinguished from that which 
is enthusiastic ... L. 1757 or '58. 

Phllanthropos. Thomas Wakefield 
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L. 1790. 

Plillanthropos. John Forster, Re- 
marks, occasioned by a sermon on the 
"Reasonableness of the Established 
Church of England" ... by Johnson 
Grant, M.A. . . . Liverpool, 1807. 

Phllanthropos, Theophilus. David 
Hail. An essay on intemperance, par- 
ticularly hard drinking . . . By . . . 

Phllanthropus. Joseph Besse. An 
enquiry into the validity of a late dis- 
course, intituled, " The nature and duty 
of self-defence." L. 1747. 

Phllanthropus. Thomas Bolt (?). 
Remarks upon Dr. Butler's sixth chapter 
of the " Analogy of Religion," etc. L. 

Philanthropus Oxoniensis. Dr. 
Morgan, A letter to the Rev. Dr. Water- 
land, occasioned by his late writings in 
defence of the Athanasian hypothesis. 
L. 1722. 

Philarchalsmos. Thomas Sharp, 
Esq., in " Gent. Mag." for 1793, p. 690, 
article on St. Michael's Church, Coven- 

Philaret, a Member of Athens. 

John Dunlon, — See " Member of th 
Athenian Society, A." 

Philaretes. John Gilbert Cooper, 
Poems on several subjects. L. 1764. 

Originally eonlributed to "Dodsley's Muse- 
um," under thia signature. 

Philaretes, Phillppus, A.G.C. Thom- 
as Comber, Adultery analyzed . . . 1810. 

Philaretus. Thomas Letchworth, An 
essay on liberty and necessity : in answer 
to Augustus Toplady's tract ... By . . . 
L. about 1776. 

Philars^yrus. Beu. William Rider, 
who was a writer of verses in the " Gent. 
Mag." under this signature. 176-. 

Phileleutheros. Rev, John Fell. The 
justice and utility of penal laws for the 
direction of conscience, examined . . . 
L. 1774. 

Phileleutheros liondinensis. John 
Burton, D.D, Remarks on Dr. King's 
speech before the University of Oxford, 
at the dedication of Dr. Radcliff's library, 
on the 13th of April, 1748. L. 1749. 

Phileleuthems Ajig^llcanus. Rev, 
John William Donaldson. A vindication 
of Protestant principles. L. 1847. 

Phileleuthems Cantabrigiensls. 
Thomas Heme, M.A. Three discourses 
on private judgment . . . by . . . L. 1718. 

Under thia name he was one of the writers In 
the Bangorian controversy, of which ho began, 
in aome measure, the history, by publishing an 
account of all the considerable pamphlets to 
which it gave rise ... to the end of the j'ear 1719, 
by the name of ** Philonagnostes Criticus." See 
Chalmers, Vol. 17. 

Phileleuthems Ghristianus. Rev, 

Thomas Droughton, Christianity distinct 
from the religion of nature . . . L. 1732. 

Phileleuthems Devoniensis. Thom- 
as Northmore (?). Memoirs of Planetes; 
or, a sketch of the laws and manners of 
Makar. By ... L. 1795. 

PhQeleutherus Upsiensis. Richard 
Bentley, D.D, Remarks upon a late dis- 
course of free-thinking, in a letter to 
F. H., D.D. [Francis Hare, D.D.] L. 

Phileleuthems Norfolciensis. Sam- 
uel Parr, DJ), A discourse ... on the 
late fast. L. 1781. 

Phlleluth. Bangor, V.S.B. Thomas 
Foxcrojl. Eusebius ineramatus ... B. 

Philemon. Henry Coventry, Letters 
of ... to Hydaspes. L. 1730-44. 

Phllenia, a Lady of Boston. Mrs, 
Sarah Wentvcorth (Apthorp) Morton, 
OuHbi; or, the virtues of nature. An 
Indian tale. .. B. 1790. 

Philidor, A. D. Francois Andr€ Dan- 


{can. Analyse du jeu des tehees . . . 
Paris, 1740. 

Phillndus. Ihr. Frederick Max Mvl- 
ler. Correspondence relating to the es- 
tablishment of an Oriental college in 
London . . . L. 1858. See " Indophilus." 

PhUip. liev. Philip Pyle, in Beloe's 
"Sexagenarian," Vol. II., p. 140. 2d ed. 
L. 1818. 

Philip, Uncle. Francis Lister Hawks. 
The American forest . . . N.Y. 186-. 

PhUlpe, frdre. Mathieu Braussi, the 
joint author of about 30 elementary 
works for the use of schools. 

Philips, docteur J. P. J. P. Du- 
rand. Cours th<^orique et pratique de 
braidisme, ou hypnotisme nerveuz . . . 
Paris, 1800. 

Phlllatlns. David Storer. 

Phllo. Rev. Joseph Proud. The in- 
cendiary corrected ; or, injured virtue 
and honesty defended. A satyric poem. 
Being an answer to ... " Tlie Bouseliad " 
. . . By . . . Norwich, 1780. 

Phllo. Ellis Ballon (?). The patent 
hat : for the use of mankind in general, 
and the clergy in particular . . . K.Y. 

Phllo-Cato. Matthew L, Davis (?). 
Letters of Marcus and . . . addressed to 
DeWitt Clinton, Esq., mayor of the city 
of New York. A new edition, containing 
one letter of Marcus and several numbers 
of Philo-Cato, never published before. 
N.Y. 1810. 

Said to be " A caustic, and eometiraes comical 
exposS of the political quarrels arisiog out of the 
Burr Union, etc., formed about the year 1806, 
between the Clintonians and Burrites, by Mat- 
thew L. Davis." 

Phllo-Critlcus. Rev, Francis Hare. 
The clergyman's thanks to Phileleuthe- 
rus [i.e. Bentley] ... L. 1713. 

Phtlo^unlus. One of the signatures 

adopted by Junius {q.v.). 

In his preface to Woodfall's edition, Junius 
says: "The auxiliary part of Philo-Junlus \rns 
indiifipensably necessary to defend or explain 
particular passages in Junius, in answer to plau> 
sible objections; but the subordinate character 
is never guilty of the indecorum of praising his 

f>rinclpal. The fraud was innocent, and I always 
ntended to explain it.*' 

The following are the dates of the letters 
signed " Philo^unlus " : — 

June 12, 1760. 
Juno 22, 1760. 
Aug. 1, 1700. 
Aug. 14, 1760. 
Bept. 4, 1700. 
Oct. 10, 1700. 

May 1, 17n. 

May 22. 1771. 

May 26, 1771. 

May 28, 1771. 

Aug. 26, 1771. 

Oct. 15, 1771. 

Oct. 17, 1771. 

Oct. 18, 1771. 

Nov. 14, 1760. 

(See " Moderatus.") 

Feb. 6, 1771. 

Phllo-Malthus. George Hancock. A 
consideration in political economy . . . 
L. 1832. 

PhUo Bfusa. Dr, James Currie, in 
his contributions to the " Weekly Her- 
ald." Liverpool, 1780. 

Phllo-NautlcoB. Henry Nugent Bell, 
whose celebrated research into the Hunt- 
ingdon Peerage made him as high an 
authority in genealogical cases, as Sir 
Harris Nicholas was as his successor in 

Phllo-Nauticiu. Rev, Laurence Hf/nes 
Halloran^ D.D. The female volunteer; 
or, the dawning of peace : a drama . . . 
Ej ., . L. 1801. 

Phllo Paclficus. Noah Worcester, 
The friend of peace : containing a special 
interview between the President of the 
United States and Omar, an officer dis- 
missed for duelling. Six letters . . . 
Camb. 1815. 

The letters are signed " Omar." 

Phllo-Roskelyiisls. Robert Forbes, 
Bishop Caithness and Orkney. An ac- 
count of the Chapel of Roslin. Edinb. 

Phllo Rugg^les. John Adams^ of the 
Middle Temple. A treatise on the prin- 
ciples and practice of the action of eject- 
ment . . . N.Y. 1821. 

Phllo-Scotus. Duncan Fjrbes, Copy 
of a letter from a gentleman in Edin- 
burgh to his friend in the country, upon 
the subject of the malt tax. 1725. 

Philo-Scotus. Philip Barrington Ains- 
lie. Beminiscences of a Scottish gentle- 
man, commencing in 1787 ... L. 1861. 

Philo-Tra^cus. Thady Fitzpatrick. 
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